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Artwort vor Ihr^n, 

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vatz d-r rtb^-^r todernst ge-iBino wird,dBss d'^r größte 
jLdi?che F^ierL^.g "Affidc--vi Le Sinprän^gnis" isL w.nd ueehtJb 
w^nde ich rieh bn Gie um lieeen Feieriü^ buch feierr. zu 
können. iP i^t eigentlich nur eine Vor8icht8;a-,SBrOe,el , icn 



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f^9 m^O d^'Zu ko^. pn -oll le dbrr- habe ich ^"ie Ab?ir:ht n^ch 
i-ngV^nd zc. g'^hen.Er^t wenn ich dort keine Aufenthsl tebe- 
willig^n^^ erh:^lLe7-^ k'-^^rte w'urde ich ev.nach U.^.A. gehen. 
Ihi^.er^ w>de ich keinepfM-nc, ^.^j. L^pt> fallen u^^d höbe -'ie 
Absicht f^uch ^-^rt wieder K'^'^ute zu erzeugen. 

Ich will 1^.0 rech;.:^ei i4g u.ü eine 




1 Lichtbild. 



nf Atttpnra 



UNITED STATES LINES 



&lat? n f New York 



Afftbamt nf Äuppnrt 



s.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, ...Is id .or .. A , Popp.G.r residing at S.a.a....ar.and...C.Qnc.Q.uri2.e. 

(Name) (Street Address) 

Brorix, Nev/ York u • j i a a 

^ .:. being duly sworn depose and say : 

City State 



1. (a) Thai I was born a citisen of the 
United States on: 



-In the 



Date 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
United States on : 

Date J.UXLE....22., 19.20 In the 

Nev/. York .Bro.rrx 

TvTrt.-r ^^AUi, (County) 

^)3.::L.J-.QVK number 

of my certificate being.. ..4-.^.^..W...'..Tl-..y. 



(c) That I declared my intention of becont' 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



issued by..^P?£?:£l ...Ia?:^...£i: 

..fefee.....3uoreme...£Q.S^^ 

2. That I am ...5.5 years of age and have resided in the United States since....'':r.U.^.>.US.t 6..^ 19.12. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

£'.o.r....i?.Qi'!m.ane.nt...ßß.s.id£nce. 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the ahen(s) is .M.QcIeX.a.t.a 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is J.mP.prter ^^.P^P.S.r....?<^.....Kl.sla.....l21C..* 

I"^ • X , (Name and address of firm) 

( ^T^Z3.i..C al J;ns t rum My average XffCWKearnings amount to %9..xQQ0,^00 

6. My other assets are as follows: annua 1 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ...IC.?. -i:a.Ul.i..n8... 46...aM....fc^^^ ^ 



(Names and ageri) 

"'alter 18 and Robert 15 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Otto 


Braun 


i-a le 


JulY \P. 


9 


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REMARKS 



That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and be responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above whilc they remain in the 
United States, and hercby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States er on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief j^^betang-^to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

Ipfinttpnt 3}XtX\\tX ^tatra. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducJMj^^ American Co^j^lf to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives ij 





(Signature ofyßeponent) 



Subscnbed and sworn to before me, a 
^Of^f, Notar/ PubliOfm and for said County, 



1684— ORIGINAL 



My Commission cxpires 



\üitl„„.y. 




j 



vv .- Not^ry Public 



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af Amrrtra 

(SoMtttc nf W«w York 
»Ms nf »•* yprlc 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affiiatiö nf duuiiort 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I,.?»MW..A. Popper ^^^ residingal8!|8..0j*||M...ß(mO.QlJ»rail. 

Bronx, Ä«w York 



(Name) 



(Street Address) 



City 



State 



.being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was hörn a ciiisen of the 
United States on : 



Date 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



(County) 

number 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalised a ciHsen of the 
United Sfates on; 

Date .«I.U1MI....S2.^....1.9.2.Q In the 

intheJtw York ö«*onx 

»w'lÄ 

(State) 

tificaie Deine..r?.-.r::r."^...'..^.r'.„.. 

.?.P!!!?..^.?.*....?.i™ ^^ 
^.hf.....Stipr« 

2. That I am P.y. years of age and have resided in the United States since..A|lß.1lfll.fe....6.f 19.!L5. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

.?c«r.-.?.«rwaMia* 

(State reasons fully) 

Modiratt 



of my certificate beinf A^^oViO 
issued by. 



(c) That I declared my intention of he Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



(Court) 



4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is. 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 



5. That my regulär occupation is. 



.?n.PP?.t.t?. PÄEPtr...*....?l.i.l.n,....Ini6., 

V _ *• • ^ • (Name and 



(o.. M ^ T ^ M % «.^^ — -._ *'••»• iXName and address of firm) 

S^X-SlC A iMtl^ent .8 ).3P.0..^ U^ avera«««» e^nings an,ou„t .o ^,000-00 

6. My other assets are as follows: «nHURX 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of .^.^?.?.r??."f4.?-..?-.™l...46^...« 



(Names and ages) 

Walter 18 and Robert 15 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 




Otto Braun 


Male i 

— .. a 


:äji"' 


1 



































































REMARKS 



That I am wilhng and able to receive, mamtam, support and be rcsponsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will bc sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or organizationTwhose principles are contrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge /Cnd-belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ ^^ 

firttoitf nt Jurtlirr ^tatPH. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducin^fli^^merican Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into ^>Ö^8e«!^tates. 







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(Sfgnaturyof Deponent) 

/ SuJ«cribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notay Puyi€i)(i) and for said County, 



M-1684— DUPLICATE 



My Commission expires 







'c/,^<^' /^^ o o, Notary Public 



s 



of Amf rira 

»tete n f »•» York 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affthauit nf Support 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I,.I.».M.«'....A........POPJ?ir.... residinga»l©....0.Pi.l«J....ß.0110.0.Ura.«. 

Bronx, M«w York '^ 

City State 



(Street Address) 



.being duly sworn depose and say 



1. (a) That I was born a citisen of the 
United States on: 



Date 



City of 

County of. 
State of.... 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
United States on • 

^ Date.....!mili..J.8.^....192.0. In the 

In the Jew York Btoiä 

jl«W l^ic (CÖÜnty) "■■■ 

— ■ number 

of my certificate beine.*^.?.6.71Ö 

3p«olal Tum of 



(c) That I declared my intention of hecom- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



(County) 

number 



issued by. 



issued by. 

th« SuDTCae Gf8tä^t 

e« ' 

2. That I am 9.9.. years of age and have resided in the United States since.4UC.Mt....6^.....19.1S.. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

?w..P6.miaiiit;.j^ 

(State reasons fuUy) 

4. That the financial Status of the alicn(s) is üf.PlfttM tH 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for Support) 



< ^«?ßl.?.«l...lM tiMimeM.«.).3pp.^^^ 



5. That my regulär occupation is...*??P9?.y.f? ^?ÄEP?.-?....*...?lf .llIlL IjlC.f. 

v*»^^ ,. .. •'•^» * (Name and ä 

..My averagWBMR^ ^rnmgs amount to 

6. My other assets are as follows : •IlliUÄ X 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ^™'?-*?*^^.^^* ..4^ 

(Names and ages) 

Walt(tt» M^^^^^^^ 16 

8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 



(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien(s) 



Otto Braun 



Sex 



Date 

of 
Birth 



Country 

of 

Birth 



«•-^SZ' 



Occupation 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



REMARKS: 

^^^ttI-*^-!? cJ"J"^ ^"i u^^\*° '^^^'''^^ maintain, support and bc responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above whilc they remain in the 
V.?i*?i^«"' ^1. ^"'r^ ^''T•. s"ch Obligations, guarantecing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
^^1**1°' ^"f"^ ^^^^\ S°"^^r' ^**^' Y*"?«^ °' Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years o f age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years 

'^^^Ind^be^!^ mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and alAvays have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for anv rn'mp nr 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or organizTt on wW p^^^ 
to orgamzed government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge ^nX^^^^ to a^v such 

Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^"^*^ 

Srtinnrrit Jwrtljrr ^tatrH. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing th^T AÄericÄn ^on«;n1 tn ,'«««. • 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorides to admit said relatives into Ihf W^S^i '^' 







Jigrnature of Deponent) 



M-1684— TRIPLICATE 



My Commissi'on expires 



Subscrijed and sworn to before me, a 
/j^ -c'^^ Notary Public, ij^^d for said County, 




'^^ 3o ^0 '^^y Public 



/ 



of Amerira 

<So«ttt0 nf Mam York 
»tau nf »•» ygrk 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftbauit nf &«panrt 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



.?^M.9?....*^.«.....??^iq?.tr. 



I. ...r^.!^.^^:....•^• ...*.¥i«w; residing at8!8(J....9.r.tli<I...C..O!no.o.tii^.t. 

^ %« «# • (Name) (Street Address) 

Bronxp »«w York k • ^ i a a 

" bemg duly sworn depose and say : 

City State 



1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 

In the 



Date 



City of 

County of. 
State of 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
United Slates on: 

Date fXktm M^ XWOf In the 

New York llronx 

(State) 



(County) 

number 



of my certificate bqin«' ••■*0 f XU 
issued by 



ncate Deinß-...'r..T.rr.r:.'.rr?.T:..... 



(c) That I declared my intention of becom- 
ing a citisen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



(Court) 



2. That I am ..??. years of age and have resided in the United States since...'^*5ßSÄ.?....P.^.. ..3^..*3. 



3. That the undermentioned aHen(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

.?»...?«.m«nfnt....H*..t.l!dif.not. 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the aHen(s) is ?.y^ft?*-^..?..9 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is ?5!P9?.*?? li?PI>«..?....*....^..«.lnil...IllO^^^ 

(^^^ - ^#*# (Name and address of firm) 

^SiCÄ iMtininent fl )J^^ ^^ averagegMg«^ings amount to «?AOpO,pO 

6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of 



V? 



lÄiPiiuiilii i^'^'i^ 



(Names and ages) 

waitw 18 md i.otert 16 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 

(Give complete address) 



/i 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 

JulT IB 

looe 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Otto Bvmwek 


Mal« 


f 














































• 












, 



REMARKS : 



That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and bc responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States er on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

ürimttFttt Jnurtljrr 9t&ttB, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 







(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, ^ and for said Clounty, 



%.y^ ^T'<^cthis//..day 



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V, 



M-1684- QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires 



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l^otaiy Public 




UNITED STATES LINES 



AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

Applicants for American Visas are required to submit Affidavits of Support furnished by relatives or 
friends in the United States to the appropriate American Consuls. In these Affidavits the American relatives 
or friends assume complete responsibility for the support of the prospective immigrants and are required to 
corroborate their Statements with proof of their financial responsibility as f ollows : 



l 



DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO SUPPLEMENT AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

PROOF OF INCOME If employed, a notarized certificate from the employer in which the nature of 

FROM BUSINESS OR SALARY the v^ork and length of employment is indicated. This Statement, on the 
(Item 5 on Affidavit) busincss stationcry of the employer must show salary received. 

A Dun and Bradstreet report if the deponent is in business, or income may also 
be certified by a Certified Public Accountant, whose Statement must indicate 
assets, liabilities and income. 



BANK ACCOUNT 

(Item 6(a) on Affidavit) 



A notarized letter from the deponent's bank must be secured showing amount 
of present balance, though photostat copy of the bank book is acceptable. 
In the event of a checking account, the Statements for the last three or four 
months must be submitted. 



INSURANCE 

(Item 6(b) on Affidavit) 



If insured, a letter from the Insurance Company in which the cash surrender 
value of the policy is stated. 



REAL ESTATE 

(Item 6(c) on Affidavit) 



As proof of real estate ownership, original or photostat copy of tax receipt 
for the Consul's inspection, v^^ith mention in the affidavit whether or not real 
estate is encumbered. 



STOCKS AND BONDS 

(Item 6(d) on Affidavit) 



A letter from deponent's broker, or if such not obtainable, a notarial Statement, 
listing the holdings and showing their current value. 



INCOME TAX 



Certified photostat copies of income tax returns provided deponent is taxable. 



FORM 575 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

Non-Citizen residents of the United States, executing affidavits of support must prepare Form 575 as evidence of their legal 
admission into the United States. This form must be forwarded to the port of entry into the United States except in the case of 
ahens permanently admitted on and after July 1, 1924 and those who have received reentry permits, in which case the form should 
be sent to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. 

PETITION FORM 633 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

American Citizens desiring that their wives, husbands, minor unmarried children or parents come to this country are required 
to file Petition Form 633. This form must be executed in duplicate and witnessed by two American Citizens and then' forwarded to 
the (:ommissioner General of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. Approval of this petition will grant privileced 
Classification as follows: o *- & 

NON-pUOTA IMMIGRANTS— The wife, unmarried children under 21 years of age, and husband (where marriage has occurred Drior 
to July 1, 1932) of a Citizen of the United States. 

QUOTA-PREFERENCE IMMIGRANTS— The father and mother of a Citizen of the United States who is 21 years of age or over and 
the husband of a Citizen of any age (where marriage has occurred subsequent to June 30, 1932). 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

SUPPLEMENTARY AFFIDAVITS Certain Consuls in most cases now require supplementary affidavits in which the deponent is 

required to itemize his monthly expenditures, indicating what portion of the net remainder he 
is wiLing to contribute towards the support of the immigrant, the length of time he is willine 
to assume this responsibility and the reasons that prompt him to undertake such Obligation. 

PROOF OF RELATIONSHIP This is often required by certain Consuls and may be established by the Submission of the hirtli 

and marriage certificates of the deponent. 



ADDITIONAL AFFIDAVITS 



When it is evident that the financial resources of one relative (or friend) are not sufficient to 
merit consideration on the part of the American Consul, the Submission of additional siniilar 
affidavits by other relatives, is often very helpful. 



AV. 15Z2S 



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öfleccc{c^(f(^c ^oflDcrlDaftung. 
Administration des Postcs d'Autriche. 



(Som eiufgabcamtc autfjufcttigcn) 
(A rcmplir parje^burcau d'originc) 

^In(<:^t((bfcn6ung 
Envoi rccommandi 



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?a(ct\ 
olis/ 



«tief, ©<^o«^ter, Voftf ) 
mit ^crfanaabe bon ( 

Lettre - Botte — CoHs ( 
avec valeur dicUrie de j 

^oflantoelfung Qbec ^ 
Mandat de poste de / 

aufgegeben 6c(m ^oflamtc (n 
d^posi au bureau de poite 

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le 



\ unfet 6ei 9lt. \ 

aufgegeben Don 1 cftC 5 C/k O^Ui^^t^t*^ 

expWi* par M } -^^ "^ ^ * ^ 

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»et A(a 




') einzugeben in Fet Kiammec IZtct 6et (Senbung (iStlef, 
2>tU(tfo(^C ufto.). — Indiquer dans la parenthise la 
nature de l'envoi (lettre, imprtmi, etc.). 



giüctfcficin. 

Avis de rcccption. 

2luö3a^(ung^6e(!af(gung. 
Avis de payement. 

C. ^.«Qfempei hti 6en Gemein atfettlgeq|fit 

^oflamte«. 
Tirabre du bureau expiditeur de 1' 

(9«m Qlbfenbet ou^iufctfigen.) 
(A remplir par l'expiditeur.) 

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7/ien, SöeJuiii 41. 

Selir verelirter Herr Popper I ^ , ^.. ^. 

Smpfangeii Sie unser Beider iimig^ten Dank für die 
heute :nit liir^.i Y/erten vo : 3.ds. endlicli oin^elanjten 
Zu: 




fast yoi\ig '^' 

U.3.A.-Kons^l»tö liier aufgelöst, sonacli sind Visa nicht 

inciir zu bJko.'i.aön. Nur der liooo Gott kann uns noch helfen] 

Jedenfalls sind wir Ihnen, se:ir verehrter Herr 
Pooper, für all Ihre Hilfsbereitschaft dauernd dank- 
sohuldig und bitten Sie auch noch-nals, die gro3e Mühe, 
die wir^ Ihnen verursachen :iu3ten, .^'Hignt zu entschuiaigen| 

Mit r^.^xi besten Or'Qen und E.ip"^ehluÄgen an Ihre 
w^-rfp irfl->in -fi vnrhlnibefl wir Ihre 

stets danke r>^ebenen 



JUL 14 1941 



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ADDRESS: 67 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK 



MAHCH 21, 1940 



MHS. ÄNKY BüaCR 

HC?rHKimir?M3TRÄßSS 7 
VISNKA I 

aHRMAHY 

F " Jü) äFF'IDAVIT WBT 



1. A. POPP HR 
300 FOIJHTU / V3. 

KK^V YCXiA CITY 



Att: Mr. ^oott^?l«Ä8# MTid ohespMt w«y^ 



TO TELEPHONE A MESSAGE OR CALL A MESSENGER. TELEPHONE WHiTlHALL 4~3250 OR ANY PoSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE 

FOR WEPETITION SERVICE AND ALL OTHER PURP08E8. TELEPHONE BOWLING GREEN 9-3800 "»^»''CE. 



March 21, 1940 



Um. Anny Busch 

Roth^ntuinnstraaae 7 
Vleraia I 

aSRTilANY 



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Dear ^^rB• Buach: 

M 4-4 -. ^'^^^yt ^ recelved a lettöP from tha 
National Council of Jewiah Ifi^omen, whlch was 
rorwarded to my old address where I was llvln« 
28 yeara ago, but whlch, however, reached me . 

I ^^ glad to comply wlth your reqnest 
to send you and your dear huaband an äff ld»vlt 
and have, therefore, cabled to you as follows:' 

"POxT;'ARD AFFIDAVIT N13XT nT3BK." 

Whlch I hope has reached you In the meantlme, 

Wlth klndest regards to Mr. Busch 
and y-urself , I reraaln 

Slncerely youra. 



I.A.Popper 



After 5 days, return to 

NEW YORK SECTION, 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, 

Committee on Service for Foreign Born, 

165 West 46th Street, 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 




BON 
jASK /PUR PO 




Mr« Isidor roppor 
90a Tlff aoaL Street 




VfKD 



President 
Mrs. ely Jacques Kahn 

Honorary Presidents 
Mrs. Alexander Kohut 
Mrs. William d. Sporboro 

Honorary Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. Irving Lehman 
Mrs. Henry Morgenthau 
Mrs. Frederick Nathan 
Mrs. Oscar S. Straus 
Mrs. Henry Zuckerman 



Mrs. Sydney B. Erlanger 
Chairman 



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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN 

165 WEST 46th STREET 

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SERVICE FOR FOREIGN BORN 




Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. Sydney B. Erlanger 
Mrs. Benjamin J. Garfunkel 
Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg 
Mrs. Julius Wolff 

Treasurer 
Mrs. Lawrence g. Anathan 

Recording Secretary 
Mrs. laurence w. Stern 

Corresponding Secretary 
Mrs. Albert Parker 

Executive Director 
Mrs. Clarence m. Lewis 



mi55 AUGüsTA mÄYEHäON 

Director 



March 19, 1940 




Mr. Is idor i'oppor 
908 TiffaDQT Street 
Bronx , N.I. 

l^y dear Mr. -f oppor: 

An urgent request comes to us from your old friend Anny 
Friedrich, now Mrs • Jündn Bus ch of Wein 

who asks us to communicate with you. 

Because this Situation is so serious we should 
like very much to be of immediate assistance, 
We feel that together we may be successful in 
working out a satisfactory plan. 

Wöuld you be good enough to telephone us at your 
earliest convenience to arrange a mutually suitable 
appointment. 

Very truly yours, 





Lee G. (Iren 




i'.S, Kindly telephone me at this offfce ßiyant 9-2102, 
extension 164 on Tuesday or Thursday from 10 A.M. to 
4:30 t.VL. --* 



IRS-79-2A0 



IrTaroh 21, 1940 



l^ational CouthsII of Jewlsh V/onen 
165 ' eat, 46 th St. 
New ^ork City 



A^t; VVB. L. G. arenall 
R«: Anny ard Irving TBuach, Vlenna 
öentlamen: 

^"e acknowledge receipt of yoiir "^ etter 
of March 19, wMoh was addreeaed to 908 Tlffany 
St. wbere 1 lived 28 yeera ago but whlch, however, 
reached me. 

As mentloned to you over the telephone, 
I wil*^ forward the obove -mentloned two people an 
affidavlt, whloh will be talcen core of gometlme 
next week. 

Yours very truly, 
POPPKR k KLKLN, Inc. 



I.A.Popper • Prea. 



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Qrade Sie, lieber Herr Po 



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so Viele Bekannte ver.ebücrb«.t-r..r .^JiL'* 
vo^ Innen erw,"^rten ! — v>^-x, 

ir.en^^ie weni.nten. teil4lre/.n rU^Seren^M* "'''' ^^"^ •^^^^''^■ 

' Worten; Te^^J'Lr.^rTet'J^'u'fS ''^.^in, T''^^* telegrafisch zu ...t- 
M'"he gescheut habon, awedte^^rianb^irz-Tr fnr-'v''''''^''''"*^^! '^'ir ''^^i^« 
So schreiben wir »lei'i oer Fln^i^if f Auf.^abe einer Deposch«. 

^a. Sie diesor^BriS^r^ -'^loohen^^Sei^hf ' ''' R-'cksohei.. hof.e.d, 

lieh .ae orsehSrT^fl'an?: ^i.lN e'fchf ^uc/S'^'i^?*-" ^"«^' ^^ ^'^^^«t- 

» Freundschaft s.br.ie.-P " c-th^ltt! „!^ : ^*'' J®*^* Verlan- fce.i 

-en und .Icso un..^Hilf;ra?'zri?nL''ge'llSt fT -^-^^^--. -^rä., durch 

inlt ei..er solchln'B^-rgschan'verbrdßu^^n^ '"''ir^ ^a c^uKan^,, .«.-.«1* 
UHd u;a so i-ni-er uac^pr;«;^ U^^-^-^.^^''-- ' ^-^ ^o Gdler ist Ihre Tat. 

Vemutlich hat"sic:a%x«.S Da^k aich I"?"'' ^^^f "^^^^ ^"^^^^^ ' 
weil ja Ihre Depesche 'i't « f T^n l . Jt^'""^^ '' Gemahlin zu richten. 
rüber Wird uns hoffentlich Tor e^n -t^ l 1 ^^^'^^t'^^^eichnet ist. Auch ^r~ 

s naiienxiicn I.ir zu rirwartenr^cs Schreiben aufkiH^en • 

Nun ''as Nichtigste -"ber uns Beide • s^it on to^, 
-nit .Tieinen lieben -anvi in srl-cl-lic^er -hPr Vn'n^^N J^-'^-ren lebe ich hier 

■iTi Tahro 15, be-or er i^ ^t Yrlll vL IL l^ '^^1'''' ^'-^' ^°^ ^«^e nich 
5 Jahre au^ ihn. bi-. er 'an^' Jhf rfö.^f ' r l ^^'"^ "«^''^^t ^-^'^ wartete fast 
habe es nicht zA bereSen'^^eha^Jr' f L?f f^eV^^L^^?:'*^ ^^^ 

wir biH zm IT-^.brnch -anz an-enehm leben Voante- ^^r« J?^ ''^ ^'^ '^''^ 

Tjesonders ^er To-i nei-p'r bei^p';, ,^7?!^+ ^5f.''^°-'* ^^^part geblieben : 
3ie werben «loh vielleicht a'nolh'lri'^er^rfc TA „^^ ^^ «--^vitt.rt. 
was ich -'berhaunt f'r ein GeT^ts^e^ch' mI '■ !^ ^To^"" ^-'-■'®-' -^i«''^S. u^'^- 
gottlob alle- zun Toil frei^^h i^'d°rf?l*;/v^^t-t.°-'°*'^"^'*^^ ^^^^^ 
u- sie sehr sorge». NatMru'ch hat *dürrn^t^ J®""''',^*-'^^^.*--' ^° ^*- ■■•ir ^^^s 
seelische 3xiBte.z von Gr-l'^aV^k^^Jü^te'? "^3nL''Jfr:i"''^-"%''* ^^^ 

argen zwei Jahre einen X:., ins Freie'suohe« "blsLI^stels^^^^"" 

Wis sich die Loslösung vr»^ hipr -i^rt /i,-^ -< . ver-ebeas ! 

soll, das ist uns noch ^ffnz unklar ,? ^^if^rdaua^ in U.S.A. 
sroie ;7ohnung ^eiaes 1. hatten ei^SheSi^t ^.- ' ^"""^ ^■'^ ''^^ dienlich 
Hausrat, von seinen kurz vorher verftorbeleiV^t! '"■' ^fP^"!" 'it vielen 
unsere 3he ist vieles se=1,ndert la-'-nor !!^n «! , '^!^''^* ^^^'"ö- ^^ Laufe 

gut durchorganisiert worden. 2Jun w'äX wt? u-f ^o^'f "''^^'^^ ''^ ^'^-^^^^^^-> 
viele.n sonsti-en Hausrat tre.i.:cn T"ssen ^L Z'^^ '''"' ^^^^'^ :i'ibeln un.^ 

keit ^as herüberzubringen, weil doch alle ^t'L??f''l^' ^"'^^ ^°i-^^^ IK-^^Uch- 
äie hier eben nicht erh-ltlLc- qi«,i -• ;: Dollar bezahlt rer^-'e -ij 

gornte sowie .as BettU'';oUeTjr* Je o^'faui' ^r l"""^- ""^^^ K^-chen-'' 
alles .ie Freigrenze ..^ ^o^^ «^"M-ns Hx^htieie.tU-^'eSn'oT?" "'^^ 



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: T'ovoÄ werben wir Beir*e unsere - 
Äatnrlicii benclieir'ene Existenz r^rüteii fristen !? I?.h rei2 uiolit, lieber 
Freuxirl, ob Sie unsere Eenatnisce \xv.d FHhi.F^keiten aurn ^en Oesuchnbrief an 
ei^ Hilf sko nnit^o ,r^.cr Sie- erreicht liPbeu d'^'rfte, entr'.e"'iien konnten. 
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sioh /»ie. übersle-^?!^!- -^ -orgte*» ler/ 
unseren dachen ve:; ^f5,cri • - m* t'zu^' 
New York bleiben : -xnr^ " 'f--^ 

3etr?cht k^.-iG ? O'^er arb ?-ir viel 7 e 
o^er in ^er Kleingtta^t eher ein Po 
waf^ kä%nün 3iG unn f-r Rßt:-?ohl^ge 
l/7ir wissen, es wird auch '^r'^ben' ni 
auoh •r'ort aufs aesch'if t ' unri - ^a- 
Aber \ir -^a^r^en uns : To ei '"ii]© 

Vereh-^ - Frea..-\ bitte, 
rlurcn unsere vi-^].^^, Fra ^p^ 

Aber wir ^ rlenkexi, ^aj Sie -ü 
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einTe^on-^ bekanntzugeben, wie Sie^ 
h, ran '^ie uns raten r'^r'^en, ^^on 
rnen ? Ob Sie glauben, '^ai wir i^^* 
rfArt ^ron ^Uhnun^ dort -r-'r uüp, i: '' 
i'^;ht in einer der anderun Jro^st*l:^te 
ni^^nnen h'^tten ? Insbesondere auch • 
r^r unseren Beruf drüben geben '^ 
cht^leioht sein, deuu der^Krieg' -^r^ckt 
y?jroi;t ja auch nicht auf uns 1 

leien Sie nicht bäse, dai wi^^ine^ 
^ -ein so viel ./'he verursachen ! 
-^n dmben flr uns doch viel bes-er 
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Alsn schlie3e ich. iu^en 'c- -v.,.- ^^ ffl'.V, ^ ■-. Details erfahre:. ! 
.aüs--ankorr'lltco Herzen .. ' ^^un. a|.ch ?hrerS^ -^'^5;';f " ' ^''r' ■^'^^^^^- 



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Selir lieber und verehrter Herr Popper ! 



Wir Beide sind in banger Sorge, weil wir seit Ihrem 
liehen Brief vom 21. M8rz, eingelangt am 10. April I.J., mit welchem Sie 
uns Ihr Aviso- Telegramm betreffend das Affidavit für uns Beide bestätigten 
gar nichts welter von Ilinen gehört hatien. Weder haben wir das Affidavit 
erhalten, noch eine Antwort auf unseren so ausführlichen Dankbrief vom 
85. März I.J., welcher rekonan. per Plugpost und mit Rückschein aufgegeben 
wurde; selbst diesen Rfloksohein haben wir nicht erhalten J 

Es scheint sonach, das dieser unser Brief Sie nicht erreicht 
hat, was sehr schade ist, weil wir uns darin erlaubt haben, mehrere Fragen 
betreffend die Überfahrt, den Traneport unseres Gutes und unserer Bxistenz- 
möglichkeit drüben, auch bezüglich des Affidavit, Freundschaftsbrief etc. 
an Sie zu richten. Nun tappen wir wegen all dieser Punkte völlig im 
Dunklen und sind natürlich sehr deprimiert ! 

Unsere Lage hier wird iimner unhaltbarer, und wir sind umso 
betrübter, als Ja die Hoffnungen auf Auswanderung nach U.S.A. immer 
geringer werden ! 

Lieber und verehrter Freund, wir wiederholen hiermit unsere 
inständige Bitte, uns wenn noch irgend möglich zu retten, uns Jedenfalls | 
gütigst sogleich zu antworten, was mit dem Affidavit geschehen ist, und 
Wie Sie von drüben die Chancen unserer Einreise nach ü.S.A. beurteilen 
Quotenm^Sig dürften wir im September oder Oktober zur Untersuchung hier 
einberufen werden, falls wir bis dahin .in genügend starkes Affidavit 
bekommen. Natürlich soll bis dahin nichts versäumt werden, damit wir zur 
gegebenen Zelt reisefertig sind! 



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■•^lonnÄ I 
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Dear Mr«« Buaoh: 

I öoknowledrj« recaiot of our» lettere 
of i'^aroh a^I; ard June 8, »nd wish te 0© tl ©t X 

eryd nope tliat; ou ove reo«ivedl tr:e sa-e in tr« 
Tritt ftntiiAQ« 

In vio^ ox"* tr)e fuct tvhat -^fin-- Tet-t^i^a 
g«t iofit thaaa du 3, pl«?i3« lat ne know whefnep 
Ol* not -rftu h»v6 2?eo«lved tha acnatOTirl lf t)u 
liöve not, I wll-' sanü. cn a dun^lianta, 

vvith klncleafc retarda to "r. 3u8Cb and 
yo>iraair, j x^n«ln 

^inoat^al r \'ouf8f 



I^ijPopt>«v 



Anny B u s o Ä 



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enna 
Oermany 



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Vlenna, July 21.1940 



Dear Mr. Popper : 

I thank you very well for your 
kind letter of June 27. 

It was the first message 
I reoeived from you since your telegram and 
letter from Marck 21. Tkerefore I tkought 
you kad not got my two former writlngs. 
However,now I like to see you had. 

Unfortunately the affidavit kas 
not yet arrived up to-day. 

So I am elDliged to teg you 
Instantly to send me a dupllcate of it 
at once by air mall, as you had the kind- 
nesB to off er me. 

I beg your pardon ab/fout that 
trouble and I remain with many repeating 
thanks and klndest regards from me and 
my kusband 

Sinoerly youre 







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«^ T.« -i«^ eoknotledg« receipt of your le'-ter 

"POH^ARDIÜG A IRMA IL NEW AFFIDAVIT*'' 
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OBRMANY 



Deap Mrs# Busch: 

I cablad you on Jan. 17 aa follwss 
"PORWARDINO AIRMAIL NEW APPIDAVIT," 
whloh I am encloslng, herewlth, and hopa that 
same wfll raach you without fall. 

Wlshlng you lots of luck, I ramaln 
wlth klndast ragarda 

Slncaraly yours^ 
I.A. Popper 



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I «ciowirltdgt r«0€lpt of yonr »Ir 
ms^l l«tt«r of Jan« 80^ for whlah I thank ycm« 

. . } prasuma that you bava. In tha maan- 

tlma» raoalvad wy äff Idavlt^ and hopa tbat you 
will hava no difflcultiae In obtalnln^i: tha vlsa 
rpOB! tha Anarlcan Oonaul» 

^ ,^^ ' ^l-«hln« you lots of luok and good 
haalthp I ramaln 

Slnoaraly youra. 



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Sttir lieber und verehrter Herr Popper ! 



Wir empfingen Ihren lieben Brief vo/ü 21.1. und 
aamit das seit lang.m so soliliohst erwartete Affidavit, 
welches wir der ß.ratungsst.lle der Kultusgemeinde vorge- 
legt und dann sogl.ich de.-3 hiesigen Konsulat '»berwiesen 
haten . 

Vorderhand können wir ja nichts anderes tun, als 
Ihnen, als unserem Retter aus schwerster Not, inmer wieder 
f"r Ihre so e^^le Hilfe aus volLm Herzen zu danken und Sie 
innigst zu bitten, dafl Sie uns auch weiterhin mit Rat und 
Tat zur Seite stehen, damit es uns-trotz aller noch bestehen- 
dün Schwierigkeiten- endlich doch ermöglicht wird, nach 
U.S.A. zu gelangen und wiit.rhin dort unser Leben zu fristenj 

Bei der K.G. wurde air bereits angedeutet, da3 das 
Affidavit «n Sich kaum genügen wird und Zusatzpapiere erfor- 
derlich sein dürften, worüber wir den Bescheid vom Konsulat 
erwartend bleiben. In diesem Fall, müßte ich mir erlauben 
Mch neuerlich an Sie, verehrter Herr Popper zu wenden, wenn 

irgen. möglich tel.graphisch,weil selbst Luftpost so langsam 
geht. 

Was die Passage anbelangt- voraussichtlich via 
Lissabon- so wurde uns tm Vorjahre von einem Freunde in 
New York versprochen, dieselbe für uns zu besorgen. Wir 
werden also versuchen, uns gegebenen Falles an diesen Freund 
zu wenden und hoff.n auf Erfolg. 

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Dr. Hans Busch, 88-36 Elahurst Ave,, Ermhur.t,Long IslanC, 

Wenn wir nun in dieser furchtbaren Zeit doch^' 
wieder etwas Hoffnung fassen k3nnen, so verdanken wir das 
nur Ihnen, lieber un^i verehrter Herr Popper ! D.shalb 
• beten wir auch stets f"r Ihre, Ihrer 1. Frau und ihrer 1. 
Kinder Gl-ck und Gesundheit, fiberzeugt, da3 der liebe Gott 
jede gute Tat beli&hnt •! 

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UNITED STATES LINES 

Affiöatitt of Support 



s.S. 



I, 



^"<* ^-Isigp«» 

.Svoiut» M««....York. 

C>ty State 



Prepaid Ticket No 

residing at -888 OmhiA- -ComaiiPM- 

(Street Address) 

.being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on : 



Date 



-In the 



City of 

County of, 
State of.... 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 
United States on: 

Date...J|MI# .22-^-- 1920 In the 

*^^-,yJw-k ^S?f 

IISW....XOWC number 

(State) 

of my certificate being X4S67-Xft 

issued by ßptjQiJil....T«J»...Af. 

«ii...Sup.fipj.^.^CI^^ 

2. That I am ^ years of age and have resided in the United States since AUjL^ll^fe fi^ U ff l jf 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

*or 4^ 



(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is. 



stafe reasons fully)^ 

■IIOd«Viä-t« 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is Xsip.Q3?t6JP. POppgy & ^l#ilta ISH^^ 

i Q. 4 "% T ä, -- am Xm /\ rat a «^«Yä (Name and address of firm) 

l5UrgXM.*.....Illi.t.r.1illllt.i..l.30.Q....?.CM.r.tfe...Ay.^^ My average jjjjgjjj^eamings amount to $9.^.(X)Q^00 

6. My other assets are as follows: ftTillYMlX 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ _ 



(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of. 



.llf«...* J?iiullm....49.,....»nl..t»o....flhll«rtÄ 

(Names and ages) 



5ftiXt«r 2a «nd HÄ#pt 

8. That it is my intention and desire to have my*ij jj| | [y^ lose names appear below, at present residing at : 

V.l#nim ■ ly. -ac34Ul#r«tri-«Äe^^^-M^ 

(Give complete address) ^ 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



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AnnT Btt«^ 



Sex 



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Date 

of 
Birth 



Country 

of 

Birth 



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18^9^ 



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REMARKS 



Occupation 



Kru^fintxv 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



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Prlfia 



That I am wilhng and able to receive, maintain. support and be respcnsible for the alicn(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
^TL""' °A^"/ ^^^l"' F^^"/^' City Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are undersixteen years of a« 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years cid and will not be put to work unsuited to their years 

^^^^näXelkP "'^''*'°"^'^ relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for anv crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in any wise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrarv 
to orgamzed government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to anv such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ 

Btpmtnt JttrtljW »UUb, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visa. 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 





(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County, 



this. 



-day of A.D. 194. 



M-54S8— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires. 



Notary Public 



UNITED STATES LINES 



AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

AppHcants for American Visas are required to submit Affidavits of Support furnished by relatives or 
friends in the United States to the appropriate American Consuls. In these Affidavits the American relatives 
or friends assume complete responsibility for the support of the prospective immigrants and are required to 
corroborate their Statements with proof of their financial responsibility as f ollows : 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO SUPPLEMENT AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

PROOF OF INCOME If employed, a notarized certificate from the employer in which the nature of 

FROM BUSINESS OR SALARY the work and length of employment is indicated. This Statement, on the 
(Item 5 on Affidavit) business stationery of the employer must show salary received. 

A Dun and Bradstreet report if the deponent is in business, or income may also 
be certified by a Certified Public Accountant, whose Statement must indicate 
assets, iiabilities and income. 



BANK ACCOUNT 

(Item 6(a) on Affidavit) 



A notarized letter from the deponent's bank must be secured showing amount 
of present balance, though photostat copy of the bank book is acceptable. 
In the event of a checking account, the Statements for the last three or four 
months must be submitted. 



INSURANCE 

(Item 6(b) on Affidavit) 



If insured, a letter from the Insurance Company in which the cash surrender 
value of the policy is stated. 



REAL ESTATE 

(Item 6(c) on Affidavit) 



As proof of real estate ownership, original or photostat copy of tax receipt 
for the Consul's inspection, with mention in the affidavit whether or not real 
estate is encumbered. 



STOCKS AND BONDS 

(Item 6(d) on Affidavit) 



A letter from deponent's broker, or if such not obtainable, a notarial Statement, 
listing the holdings and showing their current value. 



INCOME TAX 



Certified photostat copies of income tax returns provided deponent is taxable. 



FORM 575 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

Non-Citizen residents of the United States, executing affidavits of support must prepare Form 575 as evidence of their legal 
admission nito the United States. This form must be forwarded to the port of entry into the United States except in the case of 
ahens permanently admitted on and after July 1, 1924 and those who have received reentry permits, in which case the form should 
be sent to^he Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. 

PETITION FORM 633 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

American Citizens desiring that their wives, husbands, minor unmarried children or parents come to this country. are required 
to file Petition Form 633. This form must be executed in dupHcate and witnessed by two American Citizens and then forwarded to 
cla\siwSras7ollow?-^^^ Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. Approval of this petition will grant privileged 

NON-QUOTA IMMIGRANTS-The wife, unmarried children under 21 years of age. and husband (where marriage has occurred prior 
to July 1, 1932) of a Citizen of the United States. u tvi pnur 

QUOTA.PREFERENCE IMMIGRANTS— The father and mother of a Citizen of the United States who is 21 years of age or over and 
the husband of a Citizen of any age (where marriage has occurred subsequent to June 30, 1932). 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

SUPPLEMENTARY AFFIDAVITS Certain Consuls in most cases now require supplementary affidavits in which the deponent is 

required to itemize his monthly expenditures, indicating what portion of the net remainder he 
IS willing to contribute towards the support of the immigrant, the length of time he is willine 
to assume this responsibility and the reasons that prompt him to undertake such Obligation. 

PROOF OF RELATIONSHIP This is often required by certain Consuls and may be established by the Submission of the birth 

and marriage certificates of the deponent. 



ADDITIONAL AFFIDAVITS 



When it is evident that the financial resources of one relative (or friend) are not sufficient to 
"]?ü'* consideration on the part of the American Consul. the Submission of additional similar 
athdavjts by other relatives, is often very helpful. 



March 14, 1941 



Honorable American Consul General 
Vlenna, Austria, Germany. 



Sir: 

I5 t^ö iinderslgned, I.A.Popper, resident of 

ööö Grand Concourse, City of New York, County of Bronx, 
State of Ilew York, hereby depose and say: 

That It Is my deslre to have ray good friends, 
Erwin Busch and Anny Busch, of Schulerstrasse 18/12, 
Vienna I, join me here for permanent residencej 

That the applicants have not heretofore been 
supported by me Inasmuch as they were financially well 
able to do so up to the present time* Rov/ever, I here- 
by guarantee to take care of them for as long as it will 
be found necessary and I also guarantee that they will 
never at any time become a public Charge; 

That due tothe present conditlons in their 
native country. Austria, Germany, they were unable to 
earn their living there as they are of Jewish descentj 



$750.00. 



That my monthly income frora the business is 



That I have a five room apartment. 



That even though I am not related to the above 
applicants, I still guarantee to provide Erwin Busch and 
Anny Busch with free room and board as well as sufflcient 
funds up to $50.00 a month or more for their personal 
expense for as long as it will be found necessary. 

That I trust that the American Consul will grant 
my very good friends, Erwin Busch and Anny Busch, a Visa 
to joln me here for permanent resldence where they will 
never et any time become a public Charge and w^herh they 
will have a very comfortable home with me. 



U S ll 

e n I,, Schulerstr. 13/12 

Emuf-^nger t 
I.A. Popper 
New Y o r k,U.S.A.,300 Fourtli Ave. 



Wien, r^en gS.MHrz 1941 



Selir lieber und verehrter Herr Popper ! 

Wir beziehen uns auf Ihr Geehrtes voa 21.1., dessen Kopie 
inzwischen auch auf dein gewöhnlichen Postwege anka.n, und unsere ergebene 
Antwort vom 15. II. per Luftpost, in deren Besitz wir Sie bereits schätzen. 

Damals habe ich Ihnen schon angedeutet, dad zum erhaltenen 
Affidavit Zusatzpapiere erforderlich sein dürften, und nun haben wir tat- 
sächlich den Konsulatsbescheid diesbezüglich erhalten. 

Wir müssen Sie sonach neuerlich belästigen und Sie recht nehr 
bitten, uns aa^raaojbL^ls irgend ^gögHs^ die verlangten Papiere auf dem 
irfUftwege ... zu übermitteln, denn erst dann wird das Konsulat uns zur Unter- 
suchung und Visumerteilung einberufen ! Sie begreifen also, verehrter Herr 
daß unter den gegebenen Umständen von dieser Formalit^'t geradezu unsere ' 
Sxistenz abhängt; deshalb auch die große Dringlichkeit !! 

Folgende Zusatzpapiere werden vom Konsulat gefordert • 
1) Erklärung über Ihre Versicherungspolizzen; am besten ein Brief der 
Versicherungsgesellschaft über den Barwert der Polizzen. Falls keine vor- 
handen, so Erklärung darüber. 

T. 1 V ?f^P^iö^ <^^ör Bankbriefe, aus denen der genaue Stand Ihrer 
Bank-Konti hervorgeht . 

^ 3) Freundsohaftsbrief, das ist eine detaillierte Erklärung. daS Sie 
M^^C ^örpflichten, fnr unsere Unterkunft, Verpflegung und bestimmtes 
wöchentlichen oder monatliches Taschengeld zu sorgen . 

4) Ihre Erklärung, wieviele Affidavits Sie berfii t« 1,1100.00+01 n- >,o-k^^ 
und r^ir wen. 

Zu Punkt 3) »»Freundschaf tsbrief erklären wir Beide hier alt 
wiederholt und feierlich, da3 es sich da um eine rein formale iiirklärung 
Ihrerseits handelt, wie sie eben das Konsulat fordert; da« wir aber absolut 
nicht daran denken, Ihnen nach unserer Landung noch irgendwie zur Last zu 
fallen ! V/ir können Ihnen das umso eher versprechen, als wir allgemein 
hören, daß die Hilfskommities drüben in der Betreuung der Immigranten 
Hervorragendes leisten; außerdem habe ich ja einen Bruder und viele Freunde 
drüben. Nicht zuletzt aber werden wir Beide sehr bald eifrigst trachten, zu 
Arbeit und Verdienst drüben zu kommen, wofür wir ja nicht wenige Voraus- 
setzungen in unseren Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten mitbringen i 

Sehr lieber und verehrter Herr Popper, es ist jetzt gerade 
ein Jahr her, dai uns Ihr erstes Radiogramm überraschte, welches uns Ihr 
Affidavit avisierte. Wir wollen es nun als ein besonders günstiges Omen 
ansehen, daß gerade heute-auf unsere wiederholten Hilferufe- ein Radio- 
gramm meines Bruders Hans eintraf, lautend: 

" Fahrgeld Joint eingezahlt Kultusgemein'^^e verständigt Busch." 
Es sind Ja trotzdem noch immer viele und schwere Hindernisse zu über- 
wln'^en, aber jetzt kennen wir endlich doch wieder frischen Mut fassen und 
mit größerer Zuversicht hoffen, Sie, lieber, guter Herr Popper in absehbarer 
Zeit dr^'ben zu begr'^'ßen un^ Ihnen als unserem Befreier und Retter aus 
vollem Herzen persönlich zu danken !! 

Einstweilen können wir das nur immer wieder schriftlich tun 
und für Sie, Ihre verehrte Frau Gemahlin und Ihre lieben Söhne Gottes 
Segen für all Ihre Guttaten erflehen ! ! 

In tiefster Dankbarkeit und Verehrung 
Ihre treu ergebenen 



«arch 12, 1941 



Dr# Hans Busch 
88-36 Blmhurst Ave» 
Elmhurst, L^I» 



Dear Dr. Busch: 

urv.4^v. TV. ^ ^ enclosing, herewith, a letter 
whlch I have received from your äelr brother. 

Wlth klndest regards, I remaln 

Sincerely yours, 
I«A#Popper 



Absende;^ 



Busch 
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1941 



Wien, den 10. April 1941 



Sehr lieber tnd verehrter Herr Ponper ! 






Heute ka"i Ihr so lieber und allen Anforderuu/en volle'- 
genugtuender Freundschaftsbrief, datiert und nott 
bestätigt vom 14. mxz l.J. , i. i ^ 

Bitte, empfangen Sie un^er Beider innigsten Dank f'ir 
i«,nn.n«K -"-"^"-e, wenn dieöelbe auoa- wie scnon geschrieben - 
lediglich formalen Charakter hat; besonders aber auch daf'ir dai Sie 

?hnen%r^°Sif' ^f "^*'^* ««'«^ ^««^^ Vorsprache unserer Sch;4erin bei 
lllll f I-uftpost an uns gesandt haben ! Das war besonders g^tig von 

Briefes vo3 26 Sr^^wo^L^^f^'^-'^'" H" ^^ ^"^*^* '^^''^^^« ^ Seltenen 

Fr.undschaJtsb^ie? g-'-Ugi? nJch Wolfen f/'' pf f^' "^•' •'^'*" ''^^^«^ 

1) Var«ir-h^^nnL^;f!i °, ■ ^°?-Sfcnde Papiere einsenden zu wollen 

Versicherungspol izzen. Falls keine vorhan^en^Jo?!:; IL'Jarg^fJ!^^^ 

Stand'LrS"Banikon?J\%?;??Je^jr'' '^'^^ '^''"''^ ^" ^^^^ .e.enw.rtige 
-teilt ^JLl :;rf.rj^;™' "^•^^«^'* Affidavits Sie bereit, ausge- 

beltstigen zu 'n?8sen^"a;eJ^as^KiL,n«^ ^'? "^" "^^"^^^ dachen 

und 80 lind wir lei-eT Jel^n^In Sie ^Ln^^''^^^ ^^^ ^^^^"^ For-^alillHten, 

per Luftpost zu Mtten.^irhX?-^r^5inLTw\r'^^hL^^ Sr Jl^riLzUchlt. 

beiden SchiffskSS'Sei'S JSIa?'' "'" ^^'«4?^=*"^?^^?*' <^«^ ^''^ "^^ere 
f?r diesen Zweck reichlich ÄAd;rBft r Je" jfJ'f »-^^^««»^.d.i. ein 
unsere Quotennun-ner abwarten welchP f^-+ ? -Jetzt m'issen wir noch 
kommen wird, denn wir sind auf^J^JL^nr^^'^®'" ^- Jahreshälfte daran- 
m^lsaen wir trachten' einen Pass zf beko^J^'' ^«S^^triert. Sodann 
ist. Sodann m-'ssen uAs b?8?iS! Schi?f«M^?; "^^ ^"""^ '^^«^^ «« einfach 
wird bei der riesigen NachSJe nacb «niiC ^ zugewiesen werden. Das 
gegenübersteht, leider viel zfu brauchen SA.^^''' ''^ «*^^^«^ Angebot 
der "Hapag" bereits ffir September 2 Sch??kn?"5 wurdenmir heute hier bei 
schließlich ist dann noch die UnJersucSJnf Üi '^ ^"^ Aussicht gestellt, 
erst dann wird man zur nnrei.e^nLTSfs?!.'?^ X'?g1a?underr^'^"^ 

Aber mit diesem Ziel vor Augen können wir weiter hoffen • 

vergessen, .«3 wJrSls Trat^erer^tirSin?: rl' ^^^^«nderung gelingt. 

verdanken ! Gebe Gott, r'aa wir Beide ?w^ ^^"""^ ' ^'«^«^^rter Freund,' . 
per8?^nlich abstatten können !! "®'' unseren heiSen Dank bald 

und Ihre werte pi?iul^m^ tlHHT ri"" ^''«^"'«^^ Gottes Segen nb 
Ostertagen ! ^^^'"-^ "^ ir'nschen ihnen alles Gute zu delkomm 



er Sie 

kommenden 



iure Ihnen stets dankb^t ergebenen 





B\i3&Tr, 11 i c n I., Gcliulerstr. 18/12 

an 
Popper, II c t; York, 3CC Fonrtli A^.^e 



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r. Jn..l 



Sehr verehrter Herr Popper ! 



Verzeihen Sie, (!a3 die Unterzeichnoten es in ihrer groS^n 
Bosorgnin un^ Anfvemn^ ragten, Sie, sehr verohrt'^r Herr Popoer, um die 
bekanntlich zun Affi'^avit noch fehlend en drei Bele_^e__nonh7ifll n- und zvmr 
zum vier ten Male - dring en^ist und inat^mdi^at z^n bitten ! ! 



Es Älandelt sich um fol^cenr^e drei Schrif tst'^'cke, welc.ie der 
hiesige U.S.A. Konsul zusätzlich verlangt und ohne welche er, wie gesagt, 
unseren Akt nicht in Behandlung niümt : 

1) Versicherungsbrief, d.i. eine 3rkl^.rung d^r V^^rsicheru^igs - 
Gesellschaft bezw. Gesellschaften über den derzeitigen Barwert Ihrer 
Versicherungspolizzen. Falls keine vorhanden, wollen Sie das gefl. 

I erkl'iren, 

2) Bankbrief oder Bankbriefe, aus d:.nen dor genaue ge^^enw'irt L^^e 
Stand Ihrer Bankkonti hervorgeht. 

> u ^^ IH^. ^^^^- ^^^l'^^^^g» wieviele Affi^^avits Sie bereits ausgestellt 

haben und für wen. ^ 

-. 1. .X. ^^ ^^^^^ Belege haben wir Sie bereits mit unserem ergebenen 
ochreiben vom 23...i.1rz gebeten, welches rekommandiert abgiens: und die- 

^nh«'?.hiJ Tl^^'t^^^'i''^ """"^ 10. April, in welchem wir Ihnen" den Freund- 
scha.tsbrief bestätigten, nochmals, dringend urgiort. Auierdum hat mein 

?nVJr.Vl^l\Tr^ ^^'l?. ^""^^ Zusatzpapiere am 18. April in persönlicher 
Vorspreche bei Ihnen f'^r uns erbeten, und Sie versprachen ihm damals 
f^ieselben schnellstens zu schicken . , x.i i utndis. 

Wir kr^nnen uns dushalb den Grund der diesmaligen starken 
Verzögerung garnicht erkr^ren und sind darum, wie gesagt, in gröite^ 



Sorge 



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rT..4> ^, .?®^^ verehrter Herr Popper, Sie haben uns Ihre arroie Güte u-id 
Hilfsbereitschaft schon so oft bewiesen, dai wir unrnSlic" glauben 
können, Sie w^^'rden zulassen, dai unsere^Ausreise, d?e wl^nf cl^aUen 
oeiten eifrig betreiben, an dem Fehlen dieser J Paoiere die zu erlanc.n 
hi-^t^f 1 einzusenden Ihnen doch keine unüberwindlicherschwjerl^kerten^ 
bieten kann, scheitern sollte! Vielmehr sind wir üb rzeu-t dai a^ m 

schuldig» .„ .'^{L'rs;;^:^? iL"? ^n,^^,^s£^/^r '".- 

Wünschen an Sie und Ihre werte Familie^ herzlichsten Gr-ien und 



Ihre stets dankschuldigen 



rekommandiert ! 



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July 9, 1941 



Mrs» Anny Busch 
Schulerstr. 18/12 
Vienna i 
OERMAHY 



Dear Urs« Busch t 

I öcknowledge receipt of your letter 
of June 5 end iTesume that you have in the mean« 
tlme recelved the additlonal paper I forv/arded 
to you. I hope that in a Short tlme you will 
be on the v/ay to the United States* 

Wlth kindest regards, I remaln 

Sincerely yours. 



I •A.Popper 



] 



June 5, 1941 



Mr. Erwin Busch 
Schulerstrasse 18/12 
▼lenna I 
OERMANY 



Dear Mr« ft Urs. Buschs 

I am encloslng, herewith a letter 
from ay bank and also two coples of letters 
from an Insxirance Company, and hope that you 
will have no dlfflculty now In obtalnlng a 
Visa* 

Wlshlng you both lots of luck, I 
remaln wlth klndest regards 

Slncerely yours, 

I.A.Popper 



M 25 





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FOR ^* RUDOLF FiüISSKOPF 



UNITED STATES LIN 

1 Broadway 
New York 



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United StatM IdMt 
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^ _^ AtUched you tdll pleaM find fm affidÄvlt 

i!^i^ «»^t »ortgag# ai;d photo.tatic copy of ton and BwSSUt 
JJasÜ"^ " • "^^^^ •ffidaTit in bahalf of thia 

•^ v^o«. X i^iiidly aaaist paaasagar In aacaring hla tiaa 

and kaap us poatad on tha at&tua. 

lour» Vary truiy. 



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^ifener-iiier und .warte cSehngächtigBq?, de_nn je, , auf . di,^ Einladung des U.6. 
ja Ol Gonöulates^ wege^i Bie§.nes -yi^ums vor2UiSpyeqlaen.v:M^ Post 

ae-Qebq^eil^: lc]:;t- d^it versqphe, rneine oache zu 

9 ^i^gip.ren» In;5ier '4^mß^S^P^^X.^JWit ö1<j1i Ja;. a^lerliAnd ereignet, wobei 
ej.äPb .- z\imindest bi^r^etztrj-r^aücklicjaer. vfeise verschont .geblieben 
11$ -bin* -W^äpum. die0:gesc]\^hen.ist^j^ das 

•xö^a;3/y:aruia, .4e;Q.^tv/^gBn. igecLi;^. .Freui^d nun .sc^on sedA ei^ein i^ionat einen 

Urlaub hinter otacheldraht auf der Isle of Man verbri;^t.r v/ir beide 
.j- habeii.^leichZHaitig^ (Jas Aiien^e Tritiimal pas&iert und v/urden als 
refUgeeß, f^i%,N9^iiDper^^ Ii;in§ahräiiki^?gen, also 

auch von Irite:^erun^_ befrei t. Das Ganze ist schon schrecklich und 
ich weiss na töriich 'nicht, ob ich bis zu meiner iiinschiffung-, die 
ja nun doch^eimial aktuell werden muss, ein freier Mann bleiben 
werde, wenngleich es heisst, dass bis auf weiteres Internierungen 
"feindlicher Ausländer" nicht mehr vorgenommen werden. - Nun heisst 
es, dass das hiesige amer. Konsulat die Bestätigung solcher Affi= 
davits und des zugehörigen i'Yeundschaftsbrie es verlangt, die älter 
als ein Jahr sind. How far that is really true or is onlj one of the 
numerous roumors spread by frigthened re fuge es I am unöble to 
distinguish. In any case I should be very grateful if your husband 
would be so kind to erränge a confirmation of the Affidavid, gr^mted 
to me in November 1938. If I am well infoimed, than the whole 
procedure has to be repeated and I am really so sorry to cause 
such troubles to him. But you mll realize that I am very anxious 
to avoid any delay in dae course. On this occasion I should like 
to mention that Hihere was a little mistake in the original Af fid. , 
as the date of nr^ birth was stated to be the 14.11.1889, whilst 



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the correct year is 18^9. If you leam that the Information I got 
is correct I should be very, very obliged to get this confirmation 
as soon as possible. I hope so much you v/i'ii'nol-'worry about 

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'Vq"^ "^ ^^^ a's ■bejfore I ära- Mving' 'in -the hoüse %f mV^ftiends 

. -0^ -i^ahd if my frierid^iwöüld iK^t Havet beön -ämöl^ed anS'^hereby lost 
V.0--" ^'^^^'^' wo cduld'be ^as ^^oblsent as the ^jf eäehf :bircums%6nces 
reao . r>^%icg5^. . Bu-^- thi-:^. ilicidewt means' a t*<P hard blbw for'-ti&.- i% are 
raa^^i^so -^^^ät mieaet ^^öite^ :cihaOTing:ii:ttie^ tvöris^üofit -refeljize 
^ --^ ^ ^5 - ^^]^ r^^y^rj. tiftiö;%e; häve to live -in itv'-Büt let us hope «töt all 
n-ax£ -tj^ ,>thii%ö-%iaJi;-inipi.Öve aiid -^tHey shäll ge:t.-a"better «nd: easier 

. "•^■' ■""^^■;_ -^-' feömberme:to'yoü¥..-Hieband pl^'a^: aiid^'eeeive these 
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dzt. Hvar, Jugoslavia, Villa Kunstek 

26. Oktober 1938. 



Sehr geehrter Herr Popper! 



an 



Sie 



Vorv-zeg bitte ich die Kfihnheitj mit der ich 
zu schreiben, freundlichst entschuldigen 



mir heute erlaube, 
zu wollen, 

Mein in Prag lebender Bruder hat Ihnen am 
7. Juni l.J. auf Grund Ihrer liebensvnirdigen Bereitschaft und Ihi?.er 
Tiit Ihrem Schreiben vom 25.1181 l.J. an Onkel Salmi gerichteten Auf- 
forderung meine Personaldaten bekannt gegeben. Da überdies einer 
meiner Wiener Bekannten, der ehem. Hechtsanv;alt Dr. Kans I.lünz im 
August in Nev/-York landete, bat ich diesen, gelegentlich bei Ihnen 
anzufragen, ob und wenn ja wann Sie die Güte hatten, mir das erbetene 
Affidavit zur Verfügung zu stellen. Von diesem erhielt ich nun den 
Bescheid, dass Sie am ol.August dieses Affidavit zur Absendung ge- 
bracht haben. Fach dieser Mitteilung schrieb ich an das 7/iener Ge- 
neralkonsulat der TT. S.A. und bat, mich von dem Einlangen des Affidavit 
an die neue Adresse ( ich hatte im Verlauf der Begebenheiten meine 
Ihnen szt. angegebene Adresse andern müssen ) zu verständigen. Dies 
ist bisnun nicht geschehen, hingegen sah ich mich veranlasst, meine 
bisherige Heimat im Hinblick auf die schweren Krisentage des ver- 
gangenen Monats zu verlassen und befinde mich nun seit einem Monat 
in Jugoslavien. 

Ich bitte Sie nun, meinen aufrichtigsten 
Dank für Ihre grosse Hilfbereitschaft entgegennehmen zu wollen und 
meine Versicherung, dass ich stets bemüht bleiben v/erde, mich Ihres 
Vertrauens stets würdig zu einreisen. Ich hoffe bestimmt, dass ich , 
wenn ich erst einmal in einem Lande sein werde, das mir zu arbeiten 
erl8.ubt, mein Brot auf ehrliche und anständige Weise w^erde verdienen 
können. Inzv^ischen lebe ich nun hier auf einer kleinen dalmatinischen 
Insel mit meinem Freund, mit dem ich gemeinsam V/ien und Oesterreich 
verliess, um den Gefahren, die ein Verbleiben dortselbst mit sich 
hätte bringen können, zu entgehen und unsere durch die schrecklichen 
Ereignisse etwas mitgenommenen Nerven und Kräfte für unseren not- 
wendig gev;ordenen Existenzneuaufbau vdeder in Stand zu setzen. 

Und nun bitte ich Sie, sehr geehrter Herr 
Popper, mir mein etv'as kühnes Anliegen nicht übel auslegen zu wollen. 
Mein Freund, der Dipl.Ing. Fritz K e t t n e r, sowie seine zur Zeit 
v;egen der Uebersiedlungsangelegenheiten noch in V/ien weilende Gattin 
Marianne, geb. Mauthner, waren und sind jene Menschen, mit welchen 
mich seit vielen Jahren ein inniges Freundschaftsband verbindet. Und 
es sind dies auch jene Menschen, die mir, den die Unbruchfolgen im 
März dieses Jahres besondBrs hart mitgenommen haben, so hilfreich 
und gut zur Seite gestanden sind und stehen, dass mir ihr Schicksal 
nicht minder am Herzen liegt, als mein eigenes. '*'ir drei haben nun 
in dem vergangenen halben Jahre alle möglichen Versuche gemeinsam 

unternommen. 



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unternommen, 

ohne bisher mehr, als sehr vage Aussichten für die Emigration nach 
einem Ueberseeland zu erreichen. l,:eine Freunde haben nun in den Staaten 
weder Vervrandte, noch Freunde, an die sie sich wegen eines Affidavit 
wenden können und so nehme ich mir die gr sse Freiheit, bei Ihnen 
anzufragen, ob vielleicht Sie oder einer Ihrer Freunde gewillt und 
in der Lage waren, diesen beiden Prachtmenschen gleichfalls die Ein- 
wanderung nach den Vereinigten Staaten zu ermöglichen. Beide entstammen 
sehr, sehr guten Wiener jüdischen Kreisen und sowohl Ihre Fähigkeiten 
und Arbeitskraft, als auch die Vermögensbestandteile, die sie retten 

lina mit. Sioh nphrno-n Vn^rt-ne^-r» iooo/%^ rs^ -^^^x. i_i_. _/. ^^ 

wahrscheinlich erscheinen, dass sie Je auf fremde, materielle Hilfe 
angev/iesen sein werden. 

Ing. Fritz K e t t n e r, ist am 9. Februar 1899 in ^Vien 
geboren, war österr. jetzt deutscher Staatsangehöriger 
ist Absolvent der technischen Hochschule (für Maschinenbau) 
in Wien und v/ar zuletzt 11 Jahre in gehobener Position in der 
technischen Abteilung der Anglo-Elementar-Vers.A.G. in Wien tätiF, 

seine Frau, Marianne geborene M a u t h n e r ist am 16. Mai 1900 
in Mödling bei Wien geboren und hat die gleiche Staatsange- 
hörigkeit wie ihr Gatte. Sie ist gelernte Kunstgewerblerin 
mit besonderen Spezialkenntnissen in feinsten Lederarbeiten. 
Sie hat neben ihrer hausfraulichen Tätigkeit das Kunstgev^erbe 
als Liebhaberei ausgeübt und ihre hervorragend geschmackvollen 
Fj?zeugnisse auch nach Sngiind und U.S.A* exportiert. 

Beide, wie auch ich, verfügen neben sonstigen auch über gute em-lische 

Sprachkenntnisse*, 



-4(w^^>ja«M«A>U^>A . 



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Ir.*— 



Da v;ir nicht wissen, wie lange wir hier bleiben dfirfen, bitte 
ich Sie, allfällige Korrespondenz an die Mutter der Fra.u Kettner, d.i. 
Frau Gusti M a u t h n e r, Wien IX. Türkenstrasse 23 richten zu 
wollen. 



•i/ir haben alle drei am 27. Juli l.J. beim Wiener Generalkonsulat 
der Vereinigten Staaten unsere Eintragung in die Kontingentliste ver- 
anlasst, sodass wir nach erhaltenen Auskünften bei Vorliegen entspre- 
chender Affidavits ungefähr im Februar oder März Aussicht hätten, das 
Visum zu bekommen. ( Dies gilt nunmehr auch für mich, da meine Geburts- 
stadt Komotau inzwischen dem deutschen Keich zugesprochen worden ist.) 

Ich bin mir, sehr geehrter 'Herr Popper, im Klaren, wie sehr ich 
Ihre Gute und Ihre Zeit mit meiner heutigen Bitte in Anspruch nehme, 
doch hoffe ich, dass Sie im Hinblick auf die Schwere des Schicksals, 
das uns unverschuldet getroffen hat, für unseren Herzenswunsch, den 
Neuaufbau unserer künftigen Existent gemeinsam in Angriff nehmen zu 
können, Verständnis haben und mii? meinen heutigen Brief nicht verübeln 
v/erden. 



Mit dem Ausdruck meiner aufrichtigen Dankbarkeit verbleibe ich 

IhrL ergebener 




Josef Dubsky 



Peb. 9, 19» 

Hp« Jbef Dubsky» 
Villa i^nstekf 

Hvor 

Jugoslavla» 

Deer Mr. Dubsky:- 

I au referrlng to your letter of 
Oct« 25, ÄWi an very sorry to advlse thet I am 
not in a po alt Ion to fumlsh «dditlonal äff Idnvlta 
in View of the faot that I havo alroady furniahed 
tnore^afTldGvlts than Is legally pemltted* 

However, I hope thöt you will be successful 
In flndlng scnneone who will be able to help vou, 
I an 



Yours very ti^ily, 
I.A.Popper 



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of Amrnra 

Ölautitg iif ■•¥ Yerti 

»t&tt of WamJtssA 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftiaml nf Support 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



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Äidftl|iiL...W.tlMkt^. residing at ..I4?8...F«islimi.A»miiti. 

(Name) (Street Address) 

•Beonii» .!ltir..Y«rk. 

City State 



•being duly sworn depose and say 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on : 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
United States on : 

Data .lOVi-ie^.-lOlA. In the 

!•» ...yitMrik 

(City) (County) 

Ä€pl -XOWI- number 

(State) «ÄÄÄ«Ä 

of my certificate being.JIvvlIcMIlL 



(c) That I declared my Intention of he Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date '. In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



issued by...I>lftifti(l.t....OCmVt....(0f 
State of th«....ü*a^...m^5d^ 

2. That I am ....BS years of age and have resided in the United States since -AlM^— X909 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

J.0.lii...iit..fe.r...piiniiAa«nt...MAi^ 

(State reasons fully) 



(Court) 



4. That the financiai Status of the alien(s) is. 



moamwmxm 



(State whether er not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is DSlltaX -.DlHlJLn^. BUMlOSjpil -K4 

(Name^nd ad3#esTof firm) 

*-"-«..--*.fflPwiWÄ...Ä."!F.ÄA.f.....»Mf....X.Or.k.^... J#.X4. My average >XJQt earnings amount to $ 3g(K)0<00 

6. My other assets are as foUows : SülTWUlX 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of 



(Names and ages) 



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8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 

X9.3j.....WiAtw.CNrt(h....Rd«.^..l40n^ 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me 


in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 




Nameof Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Jottf Dtttaky 


jtauJtSd^ 


OB«aho^ 




MaphMV 



























































REMARKS: 

That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and be responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of mv knowled^e 
and belief. ^ 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

Ipponrnt 3wcX\\tV ^tatra. That thls affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 

(Signature of Deponent) 

*i,-B A . ^ County 

this day of... ^' 

jjjfß^ A-5* 194.. 

»mission expires. 






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UNITED STATES LINES 



AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

Applicants for American Visas are required to submit Affidavits of Support furnished by relatives or 
friends in the United States to the appropriate American Consuls. In these Affidavits the American relatives 
or friends assume complete responsibility for the support of the prospective immigrants and are required to 
corroborate their Statements with proof of their financial responsibility as f ollows : 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO SUPPLEMENT AFFIDAVITS OF SUPPORT 

cD^Pi^o^ci^liPP^^ ^^ employed, a notarized certificate from the employer in which the nature of 

PROM BUSINESS OR SALARY the work and length of employment is indicated. This statement, on the 
on Affidavit) busincss stationcry of the employer must show salary received. 

A Dun and Bradstreet report if the deponent is in business, or income may also 

assets, liabilities and income. 



BANK ACCOUNT 

(Item 6(a) on Affidavit) 



A notarized letter from the deponent's bank must be secured showing amount 
of present balance, though photostat copy of the bank book is acceptable. 
In the event of a checking account, the Statements for the last three or four 
months must be submitted. 



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INSURANCE 

(Item 6(b) on Affidavit) 



REAL ESTATE 

(Item 6(c) on Affidavit) 



If insured, a letter from the Insurance Company in which the cash surrender 
value of the policy is stated. 

As proof of real estate ownership, original or photostat copy of tax receipt 
for the Consul's inspection, with mention in the affidavit whether or not real 
estate is encumbered. 



STOCKS AND BONDS 

(Item 6(d) on Affidavit) 



A letter from deponent's broker, or if such not obtainable, a notarial statement, 
listing the holdings and showing their current value. 



INCOME TAX 



Certified photostat copies of income tax returns provided deponent is taxable. 



FORM 575 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

Non-Citizen residents of the United States, executing affidavits of support must prepare Form 575 as evidence of their leeal 
admiss.on mto the United States. This form must be forwarded to the port of entry into the United States exceot in the case of 
ahens permanently admitted on and after July 1. 1924 and those who have received Lntry permhs in vlhfch^^^^^^^^^^^ 
be sent to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. 

PETITION FORM 633 

(Note under "Remarks" on Affidavit if Filed) 

American Citizens desiring that their wives, husbands, minor unmarried children or parents come to this countrv are reouired 

o file Petition Form 633. This form must be executed in dupHcate and witnessed by two American Citizens and thenforwarTdto 

cr^ss?^ZZ7:'!onol7r' "^ ^"^"^^^^^^^^^ ^-^ Naturaüzation, Washington, D. C. Approval of this Petition wi^lTranTprTvIäed 

'i!o''MyTm^^^^^^^ ^'"'"" ""'^'' '' ''''' °^ '''' ^"^ ^"^^^"^ (-^-^ marriagehasoccurred prior 

(PUOTA-PREFERENCE IMMIGRANTS-The father and mother of a Citizen of the United States who is 21 years of age or over and 
the husband of a Citizen of any age (where marriage has occurred subsequent to June 30, 1932). ' 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

SUPPLEMENTARY AFFIDAVITS Certain Consuls in most cases now require supplementary affidavits in which the deoonent i. 

required to itemize his monthly expenditures, indicating what portion of the net remTnder he 
IS willing to contribute towards the support of the immigrant, the length of time he fs wilHn' 
to assume this responsibility and the reasons that prompt him to undertake suchTbligatioiT 

PROOF OF RELATIONSHIP This is often required by certain Consuls and may be established by the Submission of the birth 

and marriage certificates of the deponent. auumiÄMun oi ine Dirth 



ADDITIONAL AFFIDAVITS 



When it is evident that the financial resources of one relative (or friend) are not sufficient to 
merit consideration on the part of the Amer can Consul, the Submission of addiional imill? 
affidavits by other relatives, is often very helpful. «»uuiiiuucii simiiar 



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Joseph Oibsky 

133, Wentv/orth Road 

London N.V/, 11 



October 26th, 1940. AA 



Dear aunt Icla, 

on August 6th. I forwarded an air raail letter to 
you and as I üidn't get your fjiswer til now I assume that my letter 
mieht have been lost. In the rneantime there were not much happening-s 
besides theevents you learn ba the papers. The only thing worth 
v^le to be mentioned is that I am living alone in" our small house 
as the \vife of lajr friend, v/ho hiraself is still on the Isle of Ivian, 
went with the babies to the country a few weeks ago. There was too 
louch noise all the tirne and durin^' the nights especially. 

As to the letter mentioned in the beginning I asked 
you and ivir. '/eisskopf for the confirraation of the Affidavid you 
were so extrenely kind to gran| to me. Meanwhile I learned that 
it would only be necessary to |enew the Supplement, that means 
either a Dun c. Lreadstret Information or legalized copies of lir. 
/eisskopf's income-tax, bank ajid mortgage records. Sxact information 
about the ..rocedure could you, I think, easily get by the United 
ötates Lines there. I hope very rauch you \iall not vrorry about the 
trouble I aiii causing- you but if I could get these documents as early 
as possible, I thinlc, I could get the immigration visa still this yea; 

•/hishine you and i-ir. /eisskopf all the best, I am, dear 
aunt Ida, 

yours grateful 







Copy 



Form 10 
811.11-Brumlik, Edmund Revised January 1940. 

PJl{:i..OS AMERICAN COKSULATE GElTEiiAL 

38 Grosvenor Street, London 'V.l. 

February 29,1940 
Mr. Edmund Brumlik, 
31 Calthorpe Street 
London, W.O. 1 

Sir (Madam) : 

Referring to your pending immigration visa appli- 
c tion, you are informed that this office has carefull^ con- 
sidered the evidence vvhich you have submitted in support of you; 
Claim ti eligibility to receive a visa, but on the basis of 
the evidence submitted it is unable to determine that you are 
not likely to become a public Charge for the reasons indica- 
ted belov.'. It is therefore suggested( that you endeavor to 
obtain a Supplement ary affidavit from your Sponsor, or Sponsors 
coverifig fully and conclusively the following questions, indi- 
cated by a pencil mark: 

What plans have been or 'will be made for your economic 
rehabilitation following adrnission into the United States, 
particularly the e:<tB. Lt to which your Sponsor is prepared 
to assist you in a business venture or alternatively to 
contribüte to your support for what might üe an indefinite 
period of time? 

What reasons prompt your Sponsor to undertake the 
bürden of assist ing you financialjcy in the absence of a 
legal or moral Obligation to do so? 

The names. ages, present whcreabouts and economic of 

any other visa-applicants, your Sponsor has assisted, or 

has agreed to assist, in obtaining entry ixito the United 

States. This Statement should be specific and inclusive. 
Upon the receipt of the affidavit contemplated in the 



above suggestions, your visa case will be given further 
consideration. 

Very truly yours 

John O. Erhardt 
Cousui General* 




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1475 Popham Ave • 
New York, N. Y. 



April 27, 1940 



Mr. Julius Fleischmann 
48 Snfleld St. 
Hartford, Conn, 



l'ear Mr. Pleiachmann: 

I acknowledge receipt of your letter of 
April 24 in reference to Mr. ani Wrs, Irumlik, 
and wish to say that I have forwarded to them 
on March 26 a supplementary affidavit. I wish 
to say that the letter went out by registered 
mail» 

I hope that on the strength of iny 
further supp lernen tary affidavit, they will have 
no difficulties in obtalning anvisa. 

I a^^ glad to hear that you are getting 
along all right, and remain with kindest regards 

Sincerely yours. 



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Sir ( ..:r'önm) : 

KefKrrinr lo jo 2r peniii^' ±:riv.±^'Xhtlon.ylüs. a^)i;li. 
* ion, ,you are iiifor ed tluit this offlco hr.f; cxureruily x'on- 
sidered the evl er:ce v^hicfi ^pu h^ve <: .unilteü in supi^ort of your 
Claim ti eli.^-^iüil it;y t"^ recetve a visa, uul on the üaBiß of 
the evldence suDii tted it is unable to cieter-nine tli??t'you ^.re 
not liVel:^ to becone a publ c c>.ar^/e for tl.e rear-^ons iiitSlca- 
ted jgIo. . It ir therefore su • Grte(j^, f ?:it ^ou ei.deavor to. : 
oLt.-in a supr.lo.nentrry amd^v/it fron your rpotuor, er tp^iiWrs, 
covo^ri fr^ xully snd concVaeive}^ thr- lollo.tia^ quecticac, . Inäi- 
cnted uy ^ pencil m^.rk: ^^ 

lÄ/hnt plons have oeen or v.ill be .nsde Tor jOur ecoiiOi'iic 
rehabilitjition folloviri/- ad dssion -lato the ünitea s:t^tcs, 
particulc-rly tlio e tR t to v.iijcü ^our 5•I)0rl^>" r it propa^red 
to a! firt you in a DUFiner.s venture or rltenunivea^ to 
contrJ bute to your supnort for v;' at lirht oe ,«^n. iiia^ifluite 
pcriod of tine? 



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What reasons prompt yoar pponror to undertake the' 
buroen of assi^ti.:^- you fin^nciMll^, in the- • bf.oiice ot a 
If ^«"-^1 or .aor^.1 oDlif>atior. to oo so? 

the na.aes* a es, present whereuüoutb L-iid. econo. iic of, 
any other visa-appl icnnts, ^'Our suonror f u$ ;^99l: ted, or 



^ haB a^-reod to ar>sif:t, in obtaininr entr| i;i,t the J:.itecl 

/^ Stater.« This ctate lent ph vil lp specific f ni intilur-ive. 

Upon tlie receipt of the affiaavit cc)rit,fm[>l^^ied in fne 



above su/^-^'^^estions, your vi 



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consideration, 



CcBe Uli-' DO glveii iurther 



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John G# Erhard! 



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48 Lofield Street 
Eartf©rd| Ctun. 



Hartford, April, ^4, 1940. 



Dear wüster Äelfcktpf , 

Three neeks agt I f»t a letter frtm my otasic Kr» .Marie rramlik: 
and l-er y as'barjd aud ttey v^rate me that they would reaelfe tke Immi^ratltn 
Ylsa If y»ar sptDBtr woild five the rifliti answera t» tl-e '^ueßtlens v«M3h tte 
Amerlsan Cocsulate lo I^dcdoi} ask far* 

Bxjcloaed I send yaa a «opy tf the letter öf the Amerloac Cocsalate 
General Id Lacdtn ard I kaöifc yta will flcd the j*uy tt help the peaple tt atme 
t» thls caartry* 



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is Tery hard far me Tieaaute I atay here In this «taintry nin© manths and my 
kutfilekce In rrtUth li taa pttr t© find the r4cht v^trd», an the tther aide 
1 doÄ't kBtn if yau use the Gern»» larti^af« ^^ -«hich I am alile t# express 
i^hat I feel and i^aDt« 

Bat I tan teil yau my ivay In thls cauntryt I aame t© tMs oaantry 
Kilth n^ tvlfe and aar in Jaly 1939 ?^ith 5 15.— In oar ptekets . We hafe na 
relatlfea here ta suppart aa, y*t nere nat at the Hefutee-Cammittee far ahne eent 
and aar sponsar dld nat need ta aare f»r aa . We narked» ne nere ai>le ta tak<» 
aar aiiB appartement, ^e liaafht fumltaret i»e tauld pay all and ^e make aar 
llTini 'very v.ell. I knan my «auain Nilth her haaWnd hare the «ame Ql^araoicr 
llke ^e ha^e. They nill v^ark and Mra nhat they need and yaa ¥*111 hare na 
traa^le i^lth them. Yaa i^lll feel anly the jay ta ha^e helped persecuted peaple 
ta immi^rate ta a «aurtry In ^hich la allaifted ta ^ork. 

When the peaple are here, i«e villi takc- aare far them and yau 
*111 haye nt traa>^le at all. ^ 

vaa far all ^hat yau y»111 da fr the atofle. 

^ Falthfally yaur» 



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-ÄlvIERia^ CONSULATS GEITERAL 
38 Grosvenor Street, London, W^l. 



Form 6B 



Mr. Edmxind Brumllk, 

45 Calthorpe Street, 
W.G* 1. 



May 3, 1940 • 



Sir 6iiads2x) : 

Keferrirc^ to your pending imiigr^tion visa 
application, 7 Ji; are inforned that yo-.L loGunents 
havo been in:, c i^oted and found to be insufficient in 
the /.'ollowin{^ rjspects: 



After careful con^ideration, this Office 
does not feel that the reasons advanced by 
your Sponsor for imdertakin(5 the resDonsibility 
of your Support in the United States"^ are suffi- 
cient to Warrant the assumption that his 
present interest in your welfare can be de- 
pended upon to continue for the indafiriite 
period of tine whioh it raight require for you 
to becone self-supporting in the United States. 
It is therefore suggested that, if you still 
desire to continue with this application, you 
endeavor to obtain assui'ances of support from 
sone other person in the United States who has 
a diroct interest in your welfare and who is 
willing and financially ablo to insure your 
Support for an indefinite period of tine if 
nocessary. 

It is noted that your Sponsor has already 
executed d)ther affidavits In behalf of other 
prospective Immigrants. 



As soon as you have procurod the docurients des- 
cribed above, it is suggostcd that you forward thera 
to this Office for exanination. 



Very truly yours, 

ohn G. Erhardt, 
ionsul General. 




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c/o Mr. Lewis 
7 Bov/fell Road, 

Hammersmith 
London \'l 6. 

Liebste gnädige^ Frau und Herr Weisskopf! 

Vor ca 2 Wochen -sandten wir Ihnen einen 
Brief samt Beilage des hiesigen amerikanischen Konsulates, den Sie 
inzwischen hoffentlich erhalten haben. In dem Brief verlangt der hie- 
sige Konsul einen zweiten Bürgen mit der Motivierung, daß aus unerem 
Affidavit nicht k^ar ersichtlich ist, daß ir nicht doch vielleicht 
dem amerikanischen Staate zur Last faUen werden. 

Wir versichern Ihnen nochmals, daß v.4r be- 
stimmtest niemandem und in keiner Weise zur Last fallen werde n und 
bitten Sie nochmals inständigst um Ihre Hilfe. Mit Rücksicht darauf 
daß ja Sie selbst uns schon in Ihren bisherigen Belegen schon in so'wei 
tem Ausmaße Ihre Hilfe zugesagt haben, dürfte es Ihnen vielleicht doch 
möglich sein in Ihrem Bekanntenkreise Jemanden zu finden, der uns diese 
Wirklich nur formelle Gefälligkeit erv.eist. Durch die Güte eines hiesi- 
gen Freundes sind wir der Sorge der Reisespesen enthoben und verfügen 
auch über die im Rahmen der gesetzlichen Besti.-amungen erlaubten Bar- 
mittel. Da unsere Quotennummer bereits 1-ngst erreicht ist, könnten 
wir sofort abreisen. 

Wir bitten Sie vielmals, ob der neuerlichen Bemühui 
uns nicht böse zu ^ein, doch setzen wir Ihr vollstes Verständnis für 
unsere Situatiog voraus. Sie sind tatsächlich unsere einzige und letzte 
Hoffnung, daß »« durch die E-rmöglichung der Einreise nach -.S.A. 

Gelegenheit „«>,„+ •■.. .V . , \ 

geboten wäre, ein\ neues Leben zu begini ;n. \ 

Unsere instän^'ijge Bitte wiederhol« e , verbl^ev ^• 
mit herzlichsten Grüßen an Sie und Mr.u. Mrs. Halben tadt 

■'■"^* dankbar ft.i 





7 Bowfe 

Hammers 



11 Road 

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16. ilai 1940 
Liebste gnädige Frau und Herr '.Velsskopf ! 

Wir hoffen Sie i'i Besitze unserer kurzen 
Bestätigung über den Erhalt des Zusatzaff idavits. Nun 
haben v/ir leider wieder kein Glück und erhielten 
als Antwort auf unsere weitere Bewerbung um das Visa 

«fliegenden Bescheid des amerikanischen Konsuls. 
Sie können sich unsere Verzweiflung vorstellen Sich 
=o nahe am Ziel zu glruben und Äieder' enttäuscht zu 
werden. Wir wissen nicht, ob §ie noch mehr tun gönnen, 
als Sie ohnehin schon für -ns getan haben, trotzdem 
öitten wir Sie inständigst , vielleicht finden Sie doch 
noch einen Ausweg uns zu hel«n . Aus dem beiliegenden 
Brief ist ersichtlich, was das Amerikanische Konsulat 
noch verlangt. Glauben Sie uns, es fällt uns sehr schwer, 
Sie im.mer wieder zu belästigen, aber was tut man nicht 
alles m seiner Verzweiflung. 

Wir danken Ihnen nochmals aus ganzem Herzen 
f:>r alles, was Sie schon bisher getan haben und wä en 

glucklich, wenn wir ihnen unsere Dankbarkeit beweisen 
-»dünnten. 



Ivlit den herzlichsten Grüßen an Sie, 
Mr. und Mrs. Halb er s ^ adt , 

Ihre dankbaren 



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Praha, 2. Mai 1938., 
Bfovnoy, 585 • 



Lieber Freund I 

Du wlret Dich wahrscheinlich meiner nicht mehr erw 
innern.Ioh erfahre jedoch über 3ure liebe Mutter aus HoraZdbvice alles 
Wissenswerte Über Buch« 

, ^^ ^,, loh will heute Deine Freundschaft in nspruoh nelv 

men,die8 nicht für mich, sondern für den i^ohn eines verstorbenen Vetters, 
der in Wien lebt und bisher gewirkt hat »nach Oesterre^i^jh zust^-^ndig ist 
und durch die derzeitigen Verhältnisse gezwungen iBt,//ien zu vorlassent 
I>»r junge Mann, namens dübüij' iJU3i3KY ist 58 Jahre alt, unverheiratet, 
war in leitenden Stellungen in Wien tatig, spricht fliessend englisch, 
auch etwas spaniöch,ist gesund, repräsentativer Er scheinung, intelligent 
und passt sich bestimmt in Kürze Jeder an ihn geforderten Leistung an. 
Er hat den Wunsch, wenn irgend mJBglich nach USA auszuwandern#Er ist im 
übrigen der lieben Ida gut bekannt, da seine Mutter /Inna die Soh\\ägerin 
von Wilhelm bzw. Albert Neuschul /dem ersten Mann bzw. Schwager der 1. 
Ida/ ist# Die l.Ida wird Dir über meinen i^chUtzling Josef Dubskv,bzw# 
seine Familie alle Aufklärugen geben« 

Du würdest mir einen ganz grossen Gefällen tun, 
wenn Du es durch Deinen Einflusß dort erm^aglichen könntest, meinem Vetter 
durch ein Affidavit die üamreisenufaglichkeit nach USA ,bzw* durch Deinen 
Schutz ihn irgendwie, sei es auch noch so bescheiden, fürs erste unterzu- 
bringen« Ich bin sicher daes der Jun$e Dir keine Unehre machen würde und 
auch dort seinen Weg machen wird, wenn er einmal Arbeitsmiglichkeit hat. 
Wenn Du also die aUte haben eoljtest, ein Affidavit zu beschfdPf en,bittQ 
ich Dich, das fc-elbe entweder an mich, oder an den Bruder des gennannten 
Joßef DubBk:,, 

Alfred Dubskj , Prdha X., Krälovskä 90 
zu leiten, da es nicht ratsam is^i ein so wichtiges Dokument von dort di- 
rekt nach Wien zu senden» '^ 

Die Lage in Europa ist, wie Dir ja bekannt, nicht 
besonders günstig und ich verstehe gut,dass Ihr Buch nicht entechliesscn 
wollt, herüberzukommen. »Vir hätten uns natürlich riesig gefreut. Euch hier 
zu begrüssen,da Ihr doch die Absicht hattet,: ach Europa zu reisen.Eure 
liebe Mutter hat uns vor oc-. 3 »ochen besucht und wir halben uns mir ihr 
wie imner sehr gefreut. 

Entschuldige bitte, daes ich Dich so bemühe. loh 
würde micht auch sehr freuen, von Euch K-lheres zu hören und iBgjüsse Euch, 
den Ib. Rudolf und Ida ,und bin mit CJrüssen und ..üseen an Dich, die 
liebe Paula und Eure lieben Jungens von uns Allen 

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loh bekenne mich fsam %ipfenge 
Delnee lieben Schreibens vom 2*Mel In Angelegenheit 
des Sohnes Deines Vetters, Herrn Joaef Dubsky^uixi 
wuerde Ich vor schlagen, da ss Du mir sofort die 
folgende Information zur Verfuegung stelltt: 

Geburtstag, Monat und Jahr, 
Geburtsort, 

und werde Ich dann dem genannten Herrn das noetlge 
Affidavit zwecks Slnrelae nach U*s «Anzukommen 
lassent 

_ . ^ loh muss noch eine Anaahl derartiger 

Hrlefe heute beantworten,deshalb maohe Ich es 
sehr kura und bitte mich zu entschuldigen. 

Hoffentlich befindest Du Dich sowie 
•uch Deine werte Familie recht wdhl,waa auoh Gott 
8sl Dank bei uns der Fall lat« 

v/ir gruesaen Ji^oh alle auf daa 
hersllchste und verbleibe Ich 



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PRAG, am 7#JUDi 

II., BREDOVSKÄ 8. 



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I .A . Po p p e r, 

3 0ü,Fourth Avenue, 



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N__e_w J_o_r_k# 



Sehr geehrter Herr Popper! 

Ich erhalte soeben von Onkel Salmin Ihren an diesen 

gerichteten gesch.Brief vom 25 .Mai und erlaube mir vor Allem, Ihnen im 

Namen meiner Mutter, meinem eigenen und nicht zuletzt im Hamen meines 

Bruders Josef aufs herzlichste für Ihre Grüte zu danken. Im Nachstehenden 

die gewünschten Daten: 

JOSES' DüBSia 

geboren in KOMOTAU / Chomutov/ ÖSR 

am 14. November 1899, 

3ßsterr. bzw. deutscher Staatsangehöriger 

hei mats zuständig WIEN, 

Ich wäre Ihnen verbunden , wenn Sie das meinem Bruder in so grossherziger 
Weise zugesagte Affidavit entweder im Wege der dortigen Amtsstellen /Kon- 
sulat, oder Wohlfahrtsstelle für emigrierende Juden etc-/ direkt an die 
Adresse meines Bruders 

Josef Dubsky, Wien IV., Wiedner Hauptstrasse 23 
oder auch an meine Adresse: Alfred Dubsky, Praha X.,Krälovskd 90 
senden wörden#Hein Bruder wird alles tan, um sich der an ihm begangegen 
Wohltat würdig zu erweisen. Genehmigen Sie, sehr geehrter Herr Popper, 



den Ausdruck meiner ergebensten Hochachtung 



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Mr. I»A. Popper, 
300, Fourth Arenue, 

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^ Prag, 19. Juli 1938. 
XtKralovskä 90# 



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Sehr geehrter Herr Popperl 

Ich habe mir gestattet, Ihnen c;.m 7. Juni d.J. 
^ die laut Ihrem w. Schreiben an Onkel Sülmin Dubsky gewünschten Deuten 
meines Wiener Brudei^s zu geben. Da ich in der Angelegenheit bis heute 
keinen Bescheid erhalten habe, erlaube ich mir jedenfcxlls, die Ddten 
V^v ...zu wiederholen, falls mein eingangs erwähntes Schreiben nicht in Ihren 
Besitz gelangt sein sollte. 



ITame: Josef Dubsky, ^ ■ 

geboren in Komotau / Chomutov/ Czechosl. 

am 14 «November 1899, 
Staatsangehörigkeit: oesterr.bzw. deutscher 
heimatszuständig X V/ien« 

Sie sind, sehr geehrter Herr Popper, über die trostlosen Verhältnisse der 
Juden Oesterreichs sicher informiert. Eine raschmöglichste Hilfe für met 
nen Bruder tut noth und ich dajike Ihnen im Namen meiner i^amilie noch- 
mals aufs Herzlichste für Ihre gütige Hilfe, meinem Bruder die Einreise 
nach USA zu ermöglichen. 

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Genehmigen Sie den Audruck ergebenster Hoch- 
achtung Ihres 

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Sern* geehrter Herr ^eisskopf, liebe rnädi^:e Frau, 



1^*^ Tagen von der 



als icn vor et' ■ a 
'.a£i?eDer iteprafentan.?; der T'nited States Lines die 




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meiner in Pra^: lebenden Mutter, der ich die freudige Nachricht vom 
"Einlangen eines Affi -vits für mich mitteilte, die Aufklr^rung und 
da ich Überries aus dem soeben eim elangten Triplikat Ihi'e Adresse 
erfahren habe, beeile ich mich nun, Ihnen für üire grosre r-üte und 
unendliche Hilfe meinen aufrichtigsten und herzlichsten Dank zu 
Herr Popper, an den ich mich auf -rund der hinführun^' eines ^-'etters 
meines verstorbenen Vater:: sendete, dCrfte ja meinen Brief vom 25.10. 
erhalten und Ihnen erz-Ihlt haben, was mich gezvmngen hat, die Hölle, 
in die sich meine Heimat fr mich und meinesgleiche:. veiv/anoelt hat, 
noch friiher zu verlassen, eh-: ich auch nur eine Ahnung hatte, was 
vreiter röit mir geschehen wird. Heute sind es gerade 3 Konate, dass 
ich gemeinsam mit meinem Fi'eunde Cesterreich, resp. Deutschland ver- 
lassen haben. In dieser ^eit, ^'^ie ja auch vorher von 7/ien aus, haben 
wir alle möglichen Versuche un+er^.Oi men, irg ndwo in iJeb^i'see eine 
Hini eiseei'laubnis zu ei'halten; es war uns bis ler nicht gelungen- ^iw 
mich also ist nun dank Ihrer übcr^rossen Oüte die Möglichkeit iS^e^eoen^ 
in ^-enigen Monaten ( ich schätze, auf Grund meiner Ouotenanmeldung 
im M.rz-April das Visum^ zu erhalten ) in den Staaten meine ^Ixis enz 
neu aufzubauen und ich glaube Ihnen schon heute versichern zu dürfen, 
dass ich auf ^:^rund meiner Kenntnisse, Fähigkeiten und meine* aufrich- 
tigen und intensiven ArbeitvSwillerJ mich der mir von Ihnen erviesonen 
'7ohltat wihrdig erweisen vrerde. Seien F.le ü^erzeegt, Ilire Hilfe keinem 
Unwürdigen geleistet zu haben und ebenso dass es meine besondere 
Aufgabe sein ^'-ird , . hnen meine Dankbarkeit zu erweisen. 

Ihnen, liebe gnadige Pi^au, die Sie schon 1916 anläsFlich 
meines Koliner Aufenthaltes so besonders liHo zu mir ^-aren ( habe ich 
nicht damals Tante Ida zu Ihnen se[:en df.rfen? ) dass es mir 'bis heute 
unvei^gesslich geblieben-J.st, möchte ich besonders herzlich danken, 
ne:ame ich doch an, das^'^s in erster Linie Ihrer giitigen Fürsprache 
zu danken habe, nun wieder eine Lebensmöglichkeit gefunden zu^hab-n. 

Und bitte halten Hie m.ich nicht fr unvei schämt, wenn 
ich Bie nun bitte, bei Herrn Popper anzufragen, oo nie :t doch eine 
Möglichkeit bestünde, auch f'-'^r meinen ^Veund und dessen f^au im 
Pinne meiner Si'te vom 2i:. Oktober l.J. irgend jfme.noen zu finden, 
der diesen beiden mir liebsten Menschen, welche mir bis jetzt so 
unschilderba.r Gutes ^_ etan haben und noch iriL:er tun, auch ein Affidavit 
eistellt. Ich h^be Herrn Popper in groben Tirax-issen eine Schilderung 
der Heiden und ihre Personaldaten gegeben und wä. e glücklich, 



es möglich wäre, dass wir drei auch '-weiterhin beisaiiirüen bleioen und 
miteinander unser ne^ies Leben aufbauen könnten, Sie leben beide nun 
hier mit m.ir und haben drüben nieriianden, an den sie sich wenden können. 



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■'ii-^find alle drei jun^-e, gesunde und arbeitpfrauaigf. Kensciien und 
wercj^n eb,.esafeen c.von, dsss meine Freunde sich 6,usner Itoen "ö^eln 
unc ^^inrichtangPge, enstäncen, f.;,. die der Transport nach^eberael 
oereits vorbereitet und b,-z hlt ist, auch eini,-e Verraögensv .^te 
i:tU''f:j?^' "'^'••'^^" '''^'^^> .ic-.erlich niemaööem Je ^-Säich .ur 



^ ^ In einem viüi-tel Jahr ungefähr hoffe ich Ihnen meine 

Kuv artung machen zu können und Ihnen dann meinen t-: ef. «fühlten 
Dank e.uch persönlich zum an.cr=!T.,,r>v -kt.-;», -^ "' -±uxij.cen 

7u unbescneiden iv^t 



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mit eigebenrten GrTir, sen 



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i^b'en. 3is dahin verbleibe ich 



Uli Ihnen dankbai-'st verbundener 




ALPRED DUBSKY c/o 

ANGLO^AMERICAN PULP &. PAPER COMPANY LTD. 

DIRECTORS: GEORGE J. EDWARDS. C. H. B. MARCUS. L. W. BOWMALL (U...A.) J. J. NOLAN („...».) E. „ULLANEY (u.,.A.) 

GENERAL MANAGERS : CHARLES R. A. HARTIG FELtX BACHRACH. 



U.S.A. OFFICE : 250, PARK AVENUE 
NEW YORK. N.Y. CABLES. BOWMALL 
TELEPHONE: PLAZA 5-4647 



YOUR REF. 



N/12, FINSBURY SQUARE, 
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OUR REF. 



TELEPHONE: NATIONAL 0061. (4 LINES) 
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Mrs. Ida Weisskopf, 

l475«Popham Ave, 

Bronx , 

New Y o r k« 

U.S.ü. 




21, 



Dear aunt Ida, 

This time if 8 me and not my brother who is writing you* I do 
hope you remember me as weil as you did him. I have been here for almost 
a year and in March I found a Job with the firm as above. 

I hope you are in good health and shall be glad to hear so 
from you. You would do me a f avour by giving me some knews about our mut- 
ual relatives, I.e. aunt Usi, Hede and Otto, Grete, aun1s July,Anna and 
Jenny. Especially I am keen on hearing about Irma Adler and her whole fa- 
mily. I had written several letters to her brother Theo,but he did not 
give me any answer.Is it a great bother to you that I'm approaching you 
on that behalf, Ih0pe not. From my beloved mother I got some news the 
recent weeks, she is or at least was in good health. I am praying all days 
and nights for her tod hbpe to take her here one day^if any possible. 

My brother is living together with his friends, I use to 
see him from time to time.Distances are so terribly large and the fares 
expensive,so we meet each other once a month,or so,only. 

It was awfully kind of you and Mr. Weisskopf to grant an 
affidavit to my brother. I hope he will be able to obtain the visa soon. 
It was my wish too to go to the States, unfortunately it has been im- 
possible by now,to find a guarantor.If you happen to know one of your 
family or friends,who would be inclined to guarantee for me, it would be 
fine.At any rate have datas : Born 3rd November 1896 at Komotau (Boheraia 
now Sudetesj.I got registered for emigration to the States with the 
American General Consulate in Prague on October 16th 1938. If I obtained 
an affidavit I am supposed to get the visum soon,because I got registered 
as mentioned above. I am sure that I would find a Job in the States soon, 
as I would get recommandations for paper and pulp trade people.I have been 
working with for twelve years. 

p. t.o. 

All offers wichout Obligation unless otherwise stated. Time of delivery and falf.lment of Orders subjec: to causes beyond our control such as strike 
lockouts. political disturbances. breakdowns. difficulties of transport. lack of ravy material. f.re. drought. flood. &c. 



- p.^, , , u ^""^^r*" *^°* ^^ "'"' ^''°™ Wal*»ier and his brother Herbert 

from ^^ile? I hope they are eretting on well there. I was veiy sorry to 
hear that thexr father, poor uncle Max died last winter. You must know 
that I have nothing heard from our people all the time I have been here 
and I should like to. Perhaps you will be so kind as to let me know. 



ko«*' «nrt M,. vZil^ anticipated thanks and with best regards to Mr. Weise- 
Kopf and Mr. Popper I am ,dear aunt Ida, 



Yours very sincerely 

ALPRED DUBSKY 



ilNGLO..A!/Ji:RI CAN PULI- Sc PAPER COUPMY LTD. 



ALFRED DITBSKY 



11/12, Finsbury Square, 
Lcndon,K.C.2. 
26th July 19/tO. 



Pear aunt Ida, 

Many thanks for von-r Vi n^^ 1^. + + ^^ ^^ ^ 

an affidavit for n,e.r an obliged ?or your good wi^a^d vlur^n^*^'' """^ ^^'*'-"^ 
Une and fully appreciate what you and youfJLriv h^e doni ^"^^«^»"^^n« "" this 
home and my brother.The latter Is o.k. or at l^as? hTLtTr ."""^ ^^"^^^ ** 

long.I have my Czech passeport and hope^o^c^ree " ?uture J^o!^ ' "=' "'* '^'°"^ 

her apoplexy L^^Zllli" ZV/^VlrlZknl I^XT' ""T *'^* ^'^ ^°* "^- 

the other relatives, please do mention that vL I^I / ^ ^""^ ^""^ °^ 

that I have got a gooä Job here in th2 ^il lu.^^t iri correspondence ,lth me and 

mother knows it.ant sheCuld be only too haSv tn l'L "-.T ''V ="^" *^«* 
.nd Herbert.SanWo di Chile and df Lp°%S'in geH-^p; t^^^d M^f ''"'1 .. 
me anything about the Adler'family of Oswiecin^erf äre th^vor! fl ^^^ ^«11 

f :r V 's'7 rv' '^* r ^°-^ ^^-* Hed^'^nd^'ouo'L^' hrTUior^aSr- 

Weis.kopf and'^MÄr *'^ ^^^" '^^' ' ^ "^^^ ^"^^^^ ^^-^^ *° ^-.'^- 



Yours very sincerely 




DNITED STATES tlNES, ZAGREB, 



COPY 



Prepaid Dept*. How York. 

Prospeotlre DassenMT» 
Ur. Joeef DÜBSK •"' 



Jannapy 5th, 1939. 



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^«-.1 ^4 ^^^^ receipt of your letter datad NovemhÄi. P!ä^.i^ 
•flcloslng rarione eupportlng docmments in favor S^nf v* 

mlat. for oon«ld.raUOD' '* ^^'^l»'«'' Oon- 

dne conree?''' ''^''''^ """^ '^''**^'' derelopmentB will foUow in 

Very truly yotire. 



V.J*L;\ ZOTICH, 
Oaneral Agent. 



00 : Hambarg. 



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In the matter of tha Application • 

•of - 

EDMUND BRÜMLIK and mRIE BRÜMLIK . 

Tor Immigration vlsas« * 



STATE OP NE?/ YORK 
COÜNTY OF 



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SS: 



HÜDOLP WBISSKOPP, balng duly sworn, deposes and 



says; 



Last yaar I flled an affldavit in support of 



the applloatlon of Edmund and Marie Brumlik for Immigration 
vlsas. Slnce the making of that affldavit I have been 
informed that the regulations in the oonaulatea require the 
Sponsor to State what plana, If any, he hos made for the 
Immigrant, the circumstances which moved him to undertake 
the Obligation and also to State whether he ha 3 assumed 
similar obligations in favor of other immlgrants* 

1 am making ttiis Supplement al affldavit in order 
to avold the delay In tlae whioh would be caused by the faot 
that the original affldavit la silent on thls polnt. 

As to the Plans I have made for the Immigrant sj 
It la my Intention to permit the Immigrant s to live in ray 
apartment at No, 1475 Popham Avenue, Bronx, New York. My 
wife ha 8 for aome yeara been an invalid and Marie Brimillk 
oan be very helpful and useful to her if she llved in the 



house wlth us. Her husband can In the meantime look about 
for employment, I am confldent that thls arrangemant 
would be very practlcal and, at least on my aide and on my 
wlfe'a aide, very dealrable, until auch tlme aa the Brumlika 
became aelf-atapportlng. In thls way no great addif-.ion«! 
expenae wculd be entailed. Such Increaae In the coat of my 
llvellhood aa well aa a modeat aum for weekly expenaea to 
Edmund Brumllk untll he f ound eaployment would by no meana 
atraln elther my reaourcea or my Income and I am very glad 
to pledge myaelf thereto. 

Aa to the clroumatancea whlch moved me to undertake 
thla Obligation: I thlnk that the preaent oonditiona in 
Europa are a aufficient anawar to thia queation. Man hsve 
been uprooted from the aoil upon which they anl their 
anceatora have llved for generatlona beoauae of their auppoaed 
race and religlon* They have been deprived of their property 
and of the meana of livelihood and driven from the land which 
they loved and whoae language had bicome pnrt of them for the 
aame reaaon, The inaane and immoral practicea which began 
in öermany it haa been attempted by meana of unconacionable 
and wlcked Propaganda to foiat upon the reat of the worlft* 
I, an American by adoption, could not continue to live in 
peace with my conaoience if I omitted to do my part in rellev- 
ing the cruel auffering and diatreas oauaed by theae circum- 
atances. My affldavit in behalf of these inimigranta ia at 



••2- 



the sama tliae a t eatimony of my devoltion ard alleglance to 
the prlnclples of freedom upon which the Ufa of Amerlcana la 
baaed and a necessary aot of help to these good frlenda who 
h^ve been persecuted and deprlved of thelr all wlthout c auae. 
w -,— ^ — «..^ ****-.*«^ wAiwww xckwuo X iAxxixoix juwxts uxicm suxi loxanx^ 
reaaona for my undertaking thla Obligation* 

As to alrailar obligationa: I have, of course, 
isaued some äff idavita in tha past for viotims of Naei per- 
aacution, but I wiah to state catagorically here that none of 
tha iwmigfhanta for whom I hava given äff idavita in the paat 
now constituta any activa charga upon my Incoma or reaourcaa 
and that in good faith I wiah to assura tha conaul that I 
am in a position to tmdertaka and to diacharga tha obligationa 
aasumed by ma» 

I, theraforat rapaat my raquast that an Immigration 
viaa ba iaauad to Edmund and Maria Brumlik. 



Sworn to baf ora ma thia 

day of March, 1940» 



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(^PSTC|(v)^ ZOlM^K 



Zdenek Epstein 
Praha VII 

Let ohradska 36 

Czechoslovakia 



Born June 14. 1906 
Roudnice 

Czechoslovakia 



(Nephev7 ) 



Form 3806 (Rev. Jan. 21, 1935) ** ^/^t '^ J'J:** 

Receipt for Regislered Arlkle No 

Registered at the Post Offitce indicatad in th« Postmark 



(POSTMARK OF) 



Fee paid . 



Declared valut 



e^nts Class posiagt 



Surcharge pald, $. 



Return Receipt fee Spl. Del'y fee 

Delivery restricted tn addresaee: 



7 



(MAILING OFFICE) 



In person , or Order Fee paid..^<. 

Accepting employee will place bis ir^inala rn space 
indicating restricted delivery. ^^' y^ 

POSTMASTER, per .^'i - 

The Bender should writc the name of Jjre addresaee on back herWof aa an Identification. Prese 
and Bubniit this receipt in case of inaui»5' or applicatjp" /'."' indernnW 

Registry Feos and Indemnity. — Hßm^üg^p^BTryT^fts ränge froTf^i^jents for indemnity not 

ezceeding $5 up to $1 for indemnity HBfTmceeding SwOO. The fee on JomfeMt^je^stered matter 

wilhout intrinsic value and for which indemnity ii^Mot piiid ia 15 cents. Pm um 7nwllin|jil i i aa to 

the specific domestic registry feee and surchargearwöd as to the registry fees chargeable onfiBBistered 

parcel-post packages for foreign countries. Ef|n on do^mestio registered C. O. D. mail ränge from 

25 Cents to $1.20. Indemnity clairns must bCnled within one year (C. O. D. six months) from date 

of muilins. 

U.S. SOVERNUENT PRINTING OFFICE o6 — 68£2 



1 



1« Income Tax 

2, Dun & Brad Street 

3, Bank Letter 

4, Metropolitan Ins 
5* Mutual Life Ins. 



ROGER ÖDONNELL 



WILLIAM J. PETERS 
LAMBERT ÖDONNELL 
THOMAS W. ÖBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDINO 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 

CABLE ADDRESS: 
O DONNELL. WASHINGTON 



ipril 25, 1939. 



!• H« Popper, Ssq* , 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y. 

Dear Sir: 



I have not yet heard whether you succeeded in 
getting your nephew off of Ellis Island on the morning of 
Saturday, April 15th, but we were fortunate in being able 
to get the Department of Labor to decide the case on Satur- 
day morning (a very unusued thing) and to make sure that it 
got there, we had the decision wired at our expense rather 
than allowing them to use the Government radio, which is 
sometimes delayed* 

• 

Yoar check was received on the morning that the case 
was decided and I am making belated aknowledgment of its receipt, 
with thanks* 

In the event that any future difficulty occurs in con- 
nection with Mr. Epstein 's case, you will no doubt communicate 
with me as conditions may require. 



Eaithf ully/y^urs , 



EOD/b. 




iARGB TO aHE ACCOUNT OF: 



RM CCC 2-NY 



$ 



0S0I1IRT MESSAGE OHLESS OTHEHWISE MARRED 



ORDINARY 
FÜLL RATE 




ORDINARY 
CODE (cDE) 




w« ■«^«•h.i^ a 




URGENT 
CODE (cDe) 




OEFERREO 




NIGHT CABLE 
LETTER 





SENDER SHOULD MARK WITH AN X 
THE CLASS OF SERVICE nESIREO 



Commcvcial Cahlzö 

» THE IIMTEKIM/%TIOIM/lL SVSTE.M ^ 



Tov>tal 
Tcicijvaph 



lllachiiii 




(III (Inicvica 



Umiio 



SEND THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM SUBJECT TO THE TERMS 
ON BACK HEREOF. WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TOj 









ADDRESS; 67 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK 



Mp» /.denek Bps t ein* 
c/o Ü.S, Dapt« of I^Gbor, 
U.S. Inmlgretion Station, 
Sllis Island, 
Mew York Ikrbor, N.y. 



Apr* 15, 1939 



YOU WILL m RBL ]ASSD OV UOWPiY 



DOHA 



cherge to 

Popper & Clein Ipc. 



1 



TO TELEPHONE A MESSAGE OR CALU A MK8SCNQER. TELEPHONE WHiTEHALL 4-3250 OR ANY POSTAL Teleco. 
FOR REPETITION SERVICE AND AU. OTHER PURPOSKS. TELEPHONE BOWLI NC «---" ^^^^^ 



; 



Apr. 15, 1939 



^r. ;denek Epstein, 

c/o U.S. Dept. üf Labor, 

U.S. fcini^^rntion stötion, 

iillis Island, 

New ^ork Hörbor, N^Y. 



Deor 'denelc:- 

•Thls nor^l-g I rGcoivfld p letter fron 
the Attorney In "a^ilngton of v^hlch I am enclonin« 
a CO y . ^ 

I an Qorvy to np y th^t it vr ^ too Ir te 

to ect on thls mfitter and therefor^ yo^i wIIt hnv-^ to 

^'/olt until Mondpy. I also recelve':^ a v/lrelean from 

the - ttomey In '"^ hl vigt on, rendlng • 

'^Department Tele^raphln^ ^mislsland 
ad^itting Epstein 500 3ond Make rr-ng^m^nt Bond 
Ins truc t ior 3 otip le ter'' . 

Prcn thls you will note th^ t you will 
be r3leaf5ed on Mondc.y. 



r^gnrdsp 



In the mep-ntime, I retna in wlth kinl-^ t 



Sincerely yours. 



STANDARD TIME INDICATED 



RECEIVEO AT 



■^mh •■[ 



TELEPHONE YOUR RAOIOGRAMS 
TP POSTAL TELEGRAPH 




15 



WORDS FOR THE 
USUAL PRICE OF 



10 



UOMESTIC SERVICES 

FOREIGN SERVICES 
AT STANDARD RATES 



RADNA3« n COLLECT VUMACKAYRADIO«RY 
' A POPPERS 3 ( ' ^^ 
300 FOURTH AVE- 



FORM OCC-4. 



WASHINGTON DC 113 7A APr >] 



'DEPARTMENT TELEGRAPHING ELLISISLAND ADMITTING EPSTEIN 500 
MAKE ARRANGEMENT BOND INSTRUCTIONS OUR LETTER. mm 
•«OGEft ODONNELL, «fAK 



BOND, 




113^A 



US ABOUT 
OUR VERY 
INEXPENSIVE 



QUANTITY RÄTE 



IGHT LETTERS 



Tostal Telegraph 



ROGER ODONNELL 



WILLIAM J. PETERS 
LAMBERT ODONNELL 
THOMAS W. OBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDING 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 



CABLE ADDRESS 
ODONNELL. WASHINGTON 



April 14, 1939. 



I. A. Popper, Esq. , 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y. 

Dear Sir; 

As indicated in my radiogram of this morning, I 4iook 
the case of Mr. Zdenek Epstein before the Board of Review and 
pointed out the errors of the board of special inquiry at Ellis 
Island, moving for his admission under the usual $500 departure 
bond now required in practically every visitor's case. 

Because of congestion in the work, it is a difficult 
matter to have a case taken up out of tum, but I have moved heaven 
and earth in the effort to get a decision tomorrow, and my office 
will wire you if the landing is authorized. Ellis Island closes 
at 1 o'clock on Saturdays, but if you can arrange to have the $500 
in cash or a Standard Government bond, you can send it over to the 
island immediately upon being notified of the decision. and perhaps 
get the young man off before closing time. A surety bond is trouble- 
some to get ana involves premiums, while a deposit of an interest- 
bearing security means that it is earning income while so deposited. 



FaithfTilly .you):s. 



ROD /b, 




Jun« 15, 1959 



Roger O'Donnell, üsq* 

•• N# «^ Kf '-' ^ j A.^.*.«.«aK 9 



Dear Mp. O'Donnell: 

I a^i Ir receipt of your letter of 
June 13, and am pleased to he er thet you are 
expecting to be In Kew York tha latter part 
of this week. I v;culd appreciate it if you 
would call me up in oixier that I can inake an 
appointncnt with you» 

With klndest regards, I am 

Yours very truly^ 



I# A* Popper 



IA?:CDP 






ROGER ODONNELL 



WILLIAM J. PETERS 
LAMBERT ODONNELL. 
THOMAS W. ÖBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDING 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST 1153 



CABLE ADDRESS; 
6 DO NN ELL. WAS HINGTON 



June 13, 1939. 



Mr. !• A» Popper, 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y, 

Dear Mr# Popper: 

I have your kind letter of J\me I2th, regarding a 
friend of yours who is here in the Status of a visitor, but 
would like to accomplish permanent «dmission. 

The facts stated in your letter are insufficient to 
enat)le me to form any idea as to what migjit be accomplished for 
your friend. Under some circurastances I make it a point never 
to take up such cases, as they do not promise results of a favorable 
kind* 



As there is no Imrning rush about this matter, perhaps 
the better way would be to allow it to rast until I am in New 
York over the next week-end. when I will communicate with you by 
telephone and give you an appointment to come over and discuss the 
details, possibly bringing the friend along to make sure that we 
get all of the facts. 

I shall endeavor to give you a call on the telephone on 
Saturday moming, with the probability of an appointment for Monday 
if that is mutually agreeable. * 



Sincerely ^urs. 



ROD/b. 




Jun« 12, 1939 



^ ^^ ^. 



^e Story Bldfe. 



Dear Mr» 0»Donn6ll: 

I hflve nentloned to a frlend of mlne. 
who arrived on a vlsitor's vlaa the latter nrrt 
or last year, üie Service you have rendered^to 
Tiiy nephew^ He asked me to get in touch with y^ 
and Inquire i»hether yoia could help hin to leave 
the country and then i-misrate, not as a visitor 
out In the regia lar way» 

^ill you please be klnd enough to ad* 
vlse cie in thls matter what the possibilities are. 
to what country he would be compelled to go to 
await his tum, and hcm long it would take, and 
also stste what your professional charges would 
De in the matter» 

Wm would appreclate hearing fron you» 

Sincerely yours. 



I« A. Popper 



IAP:CDP 



Apr. 26, 1939 



Roger 0»'^'Oninell, '<:8q, 
ashirigton, D.C. 



My clenr Mr. oronnell:- 

Tlmnk you for yonr lettai» of 
Apr. 25, and v/lsb to <?py thpt I ön poRltiv^ly" 
eohßTned of nyself for not nivlslng you thnt i 
WEG successful, vlth your cooperetlor*. In hnving 
iny nephev/p denko .pateln r l-ni^ed uirler "500.00 
Bcnci fror- 'Jllla Islsnd. 

Your let'-^er of '^pr. 14^ Vfineheci 
we v;lth thQ fi 3t nail on 3aturdny, .^pr. 15, btit 
in vievv of the fact th^ t I came -lown to the offlc« 
rrthor lote, I v/as not abl« to iHBleoae ^.'r. Spstein 
until TTcnday ;pi»il 17. Kq is now undör a "^500.00 
Bond lind hos a aIx nonth pcrrnit to stny hci^. 

I VQiy rmch apprGclate your coo p^rntlon 
In t: l3 matter, &nd should the oppoi^tunlty at;nin nriae 
tliat I call upon vou, I yill not hoaitöte to do so. 

^ ,rit!- ':lndest regerds, I am 

SinceTQly yours^ 

I.A.iOpper 

C.V7. 



ROGER ODONNELL 



WILLIAM J. PETERS 
LAMBERT ODONNELL 
THOMAS W. OBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY B'JILDINCB 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 

CABLE ADDRESS; 
ODONNELL. WASHINGTON 



May 25, 1939. 



Mr« !• A» Popper, 

300 Fourth Aveniie, 
New York, N.Y. 

Dear Mr. Popper: 

Tour letter of May 20th was received on yester- 
day and in reply I beg to State that if your friend in 
Vienna secures a visitor's visa for business, there will be 
no objection to bis attending to such affairs while here, but 
that does not mean that he can be employed in a gainful 
occupation for wages; to do that would make him an »*immigrant" , 
whic5h means a person Coming here for permanent st^iy. 

Aliens who come here in connection with the sales 
of merchandise, either for export or inport, are visitors 
for business; but when a person comes here as a visitor for 
pleasure he may not engage in business without being subject 
to arrest and deportation, should such practice be detected. 

If your friend is a business man and comes here for 
trading purposes, such circTimstance can be explained to the 
American Consul issuing the visa, and shoxild also be stated to 
the inspection officials at New York. In the event that they 
are not satisfied, he would be detained for special inqiiiiy and, 
in the event of denial, would be entitled to appeal to the 
Department of Labor in Washington, 



Faithj 



yoxirs. 



ROD/r. 




May 20^ 19.39 



Roger OtUonnell^ "sq 
Was/ tngton, ' »C, 



My dflor Ur. O»lonnell:- 

I hsve E lett^ ^ fron a frlend In 
Vienna ^7ho conten.^lo tes coriing over here on a 
i43itor*3 Visa» Before he salls^ he wruld lika 
to mow v/hether he is perm: t- ed to engaj« in 
busine SS while here in the United otetea« 

There probcbly ia acne v>overnment 
rulin: or^ this suh.i6ct, and I would apprecintg if 
you c^uld foi-^/ard '.m a cop: of sane. 

^%e^n thia c^^intleinan arriv6s^ and 
»hould he need legal hr.lp, I will of cour^a get 
ir tx)uc5h wlth 7 0u# 




c#w» 



Youro very tr^ly, 
I«A« Popper 



Mnr. 18, 1939 



Max Hhord«, lüsq* 
ington, D.C, 



lAon 



Wes 






i>ear Sir:- 

I hßve been referred to :^ou by 
Mr. !• Moltin of the /.lonist Organization, 111 
Fll'th ^^ve. Nev; York City, and an taklng the 
llberty of anr.roachlng you 1- the follo'^ing natter - 

I hnvQ a nuiiber of rclrtives in 
Czechoslovökla to vrhom 1 hnve fumlshed affidrvlta 
sGveral nonths ago* 'l'he -mj It looks today, It may 
tfike monthg and pr»obrbl^^ ynare, beforf: they v;ill 
be rble to Imnlgrate» 

I would llke to know, T^ethep through 
your Influence yo i cm haaten this mrtter, and If 
ycu ore able to do so, I wo Id bo glad to nub^lt 
all the necessnry Infomntion r^gn di/ng my "^f^lntives. 
At the 3aim5 time I woiild anpreclnte kno\7l'-?g ./hat 
your professional chorges t7oi2ld be for this Service, 



Yi-urnvery trijlT, 
I.A.I^opper 



• •w» 



Oc tober 14, 1939 



Roger 0» Donneil, 
We Story Dldg, 
Washington, D.C, 



:5sq- 



Hy dear %. 0»Donnell: 

I am herewlth encloalng my check for your 
Services, and apolo-lze for the delay in seröing you 
t})ls remlttence« * 

♦.V..4. T 4'^V^ next ttoe you are In Vew York, I hope 
?5 ™Ti^^ ^V"" ^\l pleaoure of meeting you ag^in. 
If poaaible, I vould appreclate It if wu could ar* 
ränge to have lunch with ae. 

Yonrs vrry tnUy, 
POPPm ^ KLEIN, Tno» 



I.^tPopper - Pres. 



lAP-CDP 
Sno» 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDING 
WASHINGTON. D. C. 



July 12, 1939. 



STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT 



Mr. I, A> Po pper ^ 



_300Fourth Ave. , New York, N.Y. 



To ROGER O'DONNELL. 



/ 



Dr. 



To Professional Services, as follows: 



Consultation fee and advices in the cases of 
Messrs. Kraus and Epstein, July 11, 1939, as 
per agreement, 



$25»00 



V' 



.•».» 

'#•• 

J' 



* * 







ROGER ODONNELL 

WILLIAM J. PETERS 
LAMBERT O DONNELL 
THOMAS W. OBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDING 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 

CABLE ADDRESS; 
ODONNELL WASHINGTON 



Uov OA IQAn 



Mr. !• A. Popper, 

300 Pourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y. 

Dear Mr» Popper: 

I have your letter of May 22nd, in regard to various 
relatives of yours in Pragoe, and included therein is your 
nephew Ota Kraus. While the latter is a graduate of an agri- 
cultxiral school and might be entitled to quota preference as a 
skilled agriculturalist, if you have obtained eniployment for 
him you have opened the way to denial of bis visa because he would 
be considered a contract laborer, To come here as a skilled 
agriculturalist in the quota preference he would have to be Coming 
here to go in business for himself , suad I am veiy much afraid that 
the Consul will deny him a visa for the reason stated. Of cotirse, 
there is nothing I could do about that, as you have already aent 
the affidavit, which was an unfortunate thing to do. These immi- 
gration matters are highly technical auad it is well to secure euivice 
before taking action which may have the reverse effect to that which 
is intended« 

So far as the other relatives are concemed, they areprobably 
on the quota list, but there is no method whatever by which persona 
can be advanced out of their tum* If I had any method of doing 
that I could be independently wealthy in six months. The quota 
list is maintained as strictly as a mathematical proposition and no 
one has any authority to advance applicants out of their tum, 

With best wishes, I am. 



Paithfull 



EOD/b. 




Äfiy 82, 1940 



QtitOTj Bläß. 



^^GQ 



D«Är :%•. OtDonnelli 

I havQ a nunber of i*olai.ivfln n «^ ^v.^ 

P^l i^;vS '^"f "^^^ '^^ A-Jsrlarm Com'.l 'n 
jJau, 1038 n.id Jan, 1930, 

lege In (.zechoaiovekla ./ith hla>.3at hon^ra. 
T:ie tarrier vwo gave lila ihe affia.rnt .»^om^aed 

Krnus here on e prefer4 itial via?? "" ^ !J 

an.vtning, Aa you are of'jcn In r -;7 -^ r -»u- I woni^ 
appreelate it If I could hava an Inta^^lev. 

-~. — * -^ would appreclate ; eapf.ng f^^on tu 
am ramaln * -iwt ^tu, 

Yoiira verr trul r. 



I»A,Pop-or * rea» 



lAPtCDP 



ROGER ODONNELL 



WILLIAM J.PETERS 
LAMBEF?T ODONNELL 
THOMAS W. OBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORY BUILDING 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 



CABLE ADDRESS- 
ODONNELL. WASHINGTON 



^-ane 23, 1939 ♦ 



Mr# !• A« Popper, 

300 Pourth Avenue, 
New y^rk, N* Y. 

Dear M^. Popper: 

I called your Office on Tuesday last in the effort 
to arrange a convenient time to confer with yon regarding the 
friend mentioned in your letter of JuAe I2th; but there was 
no return call, and as I was taking the train back to Washington 
it was impossible to defer ny departure* I shall probably not 
be in New York until sometime after July 4th. and can then endeavor 
to get in touch with you and arrange an appointment and discuss 
the matter referred to. 



Paithfully yours. 



EOD/b. 





'X-^c — <gg ^ > ^"y^<^ /v^/-X-^ 



r^-^^C^.^ ^ 



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June 93, 1939 






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De^T Ml», 0»Donnell: 

Office when you oalled nn fv.^\.ii \^ ^ ^^* *^« 
New York. caiiea up the other day wh'le in 

inessage thßt you sho^ild cail ^g Sn't^^ J * ** 
shouM ci^'-^e C V« \1 j, ' " '^P •*•" Cfise yoi 

Sin"! ?^:JJ Ii"e°?f S^:;tr'"« '^ ^^ "'^ 
the uattar. ^^^ ^"" ^"<^ dlsouas 



re.Tialn 



1 would appreclate hearing trom you and 



Sincerely yours, 
I« A, Popper 



IAP:CDP 



C 379 -N.Y.- 1220 



PLEASE ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COM 



PANY 




( 



C^ LIMITED C 



IN YOUR R E PLY 
K I N DLY QUOT E 

SB:HL 
Pfepald 



60 File 

NASSAU SERVICE 

JlcLnca5ttia 

Saillng every SATURDAY at 5 p m 
(N. Y. City time) 

6 Day Crulse $55.00 and up 

0"e way 50.00 and up 

Stopover 65.00 and »p 

13 Day Inclusive Crulse Tours, includes 

7 days in Nassau Hofe! 85.00 and up 

SEA BREEZE CRÜISES 

Carinthia, June 3 

8'/2 days . . %7S and up 

to Nassau and Havana 

Carinfhia, June 17 

13 days . . $115 and up 

to St. Thomas, LaGuaira, Curacao 

and Kingston 

Georgic, June 30 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

ßritannic, July 17 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Carinthia, July 25 

9'/2 days . . $105 and up 

to Quebec, Saguenay River, Gaspe 

ond Halifax 



Georgic, July 31 

4 days . . %A5 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Carinthia, Aug. 5 

13 days . . $140 and up 

to Gaspe, Saguenay River, Quebec 

and Bermuda 



Britannic, Aug. 14 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 



Mauretania, Aug. 19 
6 days . . %75 and up 
to Halifax and Bermuda 

Carinthia, Aug. 19 

13 days . . $140 and up 

to Gaspe, Saguenay River, Quebec 

and Bermuda 



Georgic, Sept. 1 

4 days . . $45 and up 
to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Mauretania, Sept. 16 

5 days . . $60 and up 
to Nassau 



CUNARD LINE W 



ED ^xjfx 

HITE STAR LINE ^ 




DONALDSON ATLANTIC LINE LIMITED 
2 5 B R OAD WAY 

NEW YORK 



TE LEPHON E 
BOWLIN6 GREEN 9-5300 



May 26^ 1939* 



Mp, I. A. Popper, 

Mesars. Popper & Klein, Ihc. 

300 Fourth Avenue, 

New York City. 



Dear Sir^ 



PREPAID P, 138963/4 
MR. ZDBNEK EPSTEIN 



^rs >.^r^l ""^ mentloned prepaid tlcketa have now come 
to Hand from our off Ice abroad and we are prepared to 
draw our check in refund if you will kSdly «ranL 

t1cJ:tT?orw.rd.?T'"^'"'? ^^^^'^* portioL^rj^Le 
last! ^''''^^''^^^ ^ 70M with our letter of Mar oh 17tli 

In addition kindly fill out. aiim and rAi-nT.n «^ 
the aame tline the attached canceliatiS Jorm! ^' 



Youra very truly^ 

CUNARD Yi^m STAR LMITED. 



Enc* 



FRANCONIA JULY I 
ANNUAL NORTH CAPE-BALTIC-RUSSIA CRUISE 

38 days to Cherbourg and Southampton . . . $550 up 
Return transportation provided in Cunard WKite Star Ships up to Dec. 31, 1939 



Miiy 20. 1939 



Cnnord hit« 3t er Ltd, 
25 -roadway, 
New York. 



Prepalds P* 138963/4 



ÖentlesiGn: • 



Slnce wpiting to us on April 20^ 
w« höVG not h^ai'Kl further fron you. 

i'e woiild appre einte recelv ng the 
wfund due xib, as aonn «g pofjsibl«. 



c»w. 



Youra very truly^ 

P0P?T3R 5c ICLHIN, Inc. 

I.A. Popper - TvQ^ 



CUNARD WHITE STAR LIMITED 

PRAGIJE 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA. 



C A B L E 



P R E P A I D 



Received from; 
Date: 



.1^4^.. <^. 



17- 2- :) ^ 



Name of passengers 



s /W< . ...^-hc^i^. . .^^^t^^^V^h'V^ 



Ac'dress • • • • - 

Pxood for passage from .WH/J>vV To ^U^ 

Amount collected in USA /Cenaöa/ .■ ^ ..VJJ.'.T.. Ocean fare 

American rsil 
ft 

Cash Advance to be 
paic at ., 




Total 



Nin\mER OF PREPAID CERTIFICATE ISSUED 



ff 


..../.■-.. 


ff 




ft 


• 


ff 




5^^ 


1^7." 


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ILLjUllll^ 



P.1?ß.f.^ß. 



EXCHANGSD BY PRAGUE OFFICE FOR 



CLASS TICKET NO. 



STEAMER . SAILING DATE 



DATE EXCHAITGED: 



C 379- N Y - 96 503 



PLEASE ADDRESS AI l COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COMPANY 




CV LIMITED ^x 



IN YOUR R E PL Y 
KINDLV QUOTE 



TKSL:EK 
Prepaid Dejjt. 
50 File 



NASSAU SERVICE 

ßancaiitta Sat. Maq 6, 1939 

and w»ekiy thereafter 

6 Day Cruise $55.00 and up 

One way 50.00 and up 

Stopover 80.00 and up 

13 Day Inclusive Cruise 

Tours 85.00 and up 

SEA BREEZE CRÜISES 

Carinthia^ June 3 

8V^ days . . $75 and up 

to Nassau and Havana 

Carinthia, June 17 

13 days . . $115 and up 

to St. Thomas, LaGuaira, Curacao 

and Kingston 

Georgic, June 30 

4 days $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Britannic, July 17 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Carinthia, July 25 

9y2 days . . $105 and up 

to Quebec, Saguenay River, Gaspe 

and Halifax 

Georgic, July 31 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Carinthia, Aug. 5 

13 days . . $140 and up 

to Gaspe, Saguenay River, Quebec 

and Bermuda 



Britannic, Aug. 14 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Mauretania, Aug. 19 
6 days . . $75 and up 
to Halifax and Bermuda 

Carinthia, Aug. 19 

13 days . . $140 and up 

to Gaspe, Saguenay River, Quebec, 

and Bermuda 

Georgic, Sept. I 

4 days . . $45 and up 

to Halifax, Nova Scotia 



CUNARD LINE WHITE STAR 
DONALDSON ATLANTIC LINE LIMITED 
2 5 B R OA DWAY 

NEW YORK 



LINE ^ 




TELEPHONE 
BOWLING GREEN 9-5300 



April d,^y Vi^f'i. 



Mr. I.A. Popper, 
Popper & Klein, Ine . , 
300 4th Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

Dear Mr. Popper: 



PREPAIDS P. 13 8963/4 
MR. ZDENEK EPSTEIN 



V/e have on hand your communication of April 
14 th and would advise that we have nov; written to 
our Paris office for refund of the f)100. cash advance 
and also to our Liverpool office for refund of the 
round trip Prepaids above listed. 

As soon as we have any further v;ord in this 
matter we will immediately inform you accordingly. 



Yours very trAaly, 



CUNARD WH 




TAR LIMITED 



Mauretania, Sept. 16 
5 days . . $60 and up 



to N 



assau 



FRANCONIA JULY I 
ANNUAL NORTH CAPE-BALTIC-RUSSIA CRUISE 
36 days to Cherbourg and Southampton . . . $550 up 

Return transportalion provided in Cunard White Star Ships up to Dec. 31, 1939 



Apr. 14, 1939 



Cunaixi '"hlte ^>t»r Ltd. 
25 Broödv;ay, 

N«» -mm '^^^ •*. . 



Att: Mr. Thos. K.S, Locke 
Re: Prepalda i\ 138963/64 
Mr. denak Epstein. 



Ge nt lernen :- 



I am referr»inß to the corrc spende not 
I liGd with you, and aorry to say thot mj nephew 
chon^^ed hls nlnd nnd insteed of lf2 ving for the 
U^a., on the laeen Mary, he arrived last Monday 
on the s/s St* Louis. 

I woiild therefore kindly ask that von 
send ne your check for the roymi trip ticket, 
pMpaid on the ueen Ifery also th^ '100.00 whlch 
yo>a crbled to your PSaris offioe. 

Your pror-pt ettentlon \idll be 
appr<3cirted. 



Yours very truly, 

T.A.Popper 



CHARGE TO THE ACCOUNT OF: 



FORM CCC 2-NY 



$ 



OnOIÜIRT MESSAGE OÄLESS OTHERWISE MARKED 



ORDINARY 
FÜLL RATE 




ORDINARY 
CODE (cDe) 




URGENT 




URGENT ^ 




DEFERRED 




NIGHT CABLE 
LETTER 





SENDER SHOULD MARK WITH AN X 
THE CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED 



Commcvcial Ca 



''^■^>'-^^'^^:-- /^ii ?'-;'; -'^;ivIf;;V -^.■.'■^~^^^:-;^v!^iK,^ ' 



THE II^TEKIM/ITIOIMAL SYSTEiVI 



iW 



' « ü ' i ' ll- i "tU" ' 



Tclcgniph 






nhichaii 




l\//)/CiJ 



Hiuiio 



6END THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM SUBJECT TO THE TERMS 
ON BACK HEREOF, WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TOt 



COPY 



ADDRESS: 67 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK 



Mar. 30, 1939 



ZD^KO EPSTEIN 
s/s ST. LöüIS 



CABLE RECEIVED AH. ANXIOUS TO SEE YOU 



DORA. 



TO TELEPHONE A MESSAGE ORcÄl^ 

FOR REPETITION SERVICK AND ALL OTHKR PURPOSCS. TELEPHONE BOWLING GREEN 9-3800: ^^^'^e. 



RADIOCRAM 

R.CA. COMMUNICATIONS. INC. 



TO ALL THE WORLD — 



A RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA SERVICE 
BETWEEN IMPORTANT U.S.CITIES 



— TO SHI PS AT SE A 



RECEIVED At 64 ! B 

OLFFIK PF\AHA 



'!9i^P 



. NEW YORK. AT. 



JII 



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.STANDARD TIME 



08 



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CZ253 14/13 29 rno 



BR 



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ta[\;taluiv, nEuYor.k 

AFiF^IVE HAPAGSTEAiviEFi ST LOUIS 9 APFIIL l^fom SECR 



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ßfPLY VIA R. C. A, 
CAtl AL 4-7050 



T6l6Dh0n6* HÄnOVCr 2«1811 J^--*®^"^®?™—-" *---°-°-'*^"*'^^^ thia onginal radiogram should be presented at tho Office of 



Wona US TA-M 



R.C.A. COMMUNICATIONS, Inc. In telephone inquiries quote the number preceding the place of origin. 



Mar, 20, 1939 



31 Union sq^ 
Tlr-; York. 

renr George:- 

- _^ I 5^sv6 laid out the «rtount of 

.354.50, as outllned In ihe cpeclftcpt^ on below, 
enä wuld appreclcte ^roup belng irlnd e-o\igh to 
send me -o\ip c^ eck for some. 



Houncl trlp ticket fron Rpague to Tlev/ York. 

Itmf York to }¥ßgiie ^238.00 

Gable :xpen8e 8.50 

Head -ex q^oo 

^ß™ 100.00 

^0 



^/ 




^^lianklng you, I an 







ölncepely you]?3, 
I. A.Popper 



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/ 



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/ 



C 379 - N Y - 96503 



l'LLASE AÜÜHtSS ALL COM MUN ICAI IONS 10 THE COMPANY 




G 



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IN YOUR R E PLY 
KINDLY QUOTE 

TKSL:HBC 
-PREPAID 



n i 



Tf^uitania uec. Z4 

Chrittmat and New Year's Cruit« 
9 Dayt ... $125 up 
to La Guaira^ Port of Spa!n^ 
Fort de France, St. Thomas 

1939 

ßtUannic Jan. 14, 25 

ö Days . . . $97.50 up 
to Nastau, Havana, Nassau 

(fQotjic Feb. 4 

18 Days. . .$217.50 up 

to St. Thonias, St. Pierre, 

Ft. de France, Brighton, Pt. of Spain, 

Grenada, La Guaira, Curacao, 

Cartagena, Cristobal, Kingston, 

Mavana 

ßtiiannic Feb. 4 

8 Days . . . $97.50 up 
to Nassau, Havana, Nassau 

ßatinthta Feb. 11 

75 Days . . . $680 up 

to Trinidad, Rio de Janeiro, 

Capetown, East Coast of Africa, 

Mediterranean 

ßtitannlc Feb. 15 

8 Days . . . $97.50 up 
to Nassau, Mavana, Nassau 

(feot^lc Feb. 25 

18 Days . . . $217.50 up 
to St. Thomas, St. Pierre, 
Ft. de France, Brighton, Pt. of Spain, 
Grenada, La Guaira, Curacao, 
Cartagena, Cristobal, Kingston, 
. Havana 

i?t/VÄ/i/i/VFeb.25,Mar.8 

(^cot^ic Mar. 18, 29 
Apr. 7 

8 Days . . . $97.50 up 
to Nassau, Mavana, Nassau 



LIMITED 

CUNARD LINE WHITE STAR LINE 
DONALDSON ATLANTIC LINE LIMITED 
2 5 B R OA DWAY 

NEW YORK 



^-f" 




TELEPHONE 
BOWLING GREEN 9-5300 



March 17, 1939 



Mr. I. A. Popper, 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
INIew York, Y\. Y. 

Dear Vir. Popper: 

PREPAIDS ?. 158963/64 - MR. ZDET^EK EPSTEO 

Please find enclosed herewith purchaser's 
portion receipts for the tv;o above prepaid ticKets 
which we cabled to our Prague Office on March 15th. 

At the sanie time we wish to advise you 
that our Cashier^s Department has cabled the S^IOO-OO 
to Paris, payable either in ü. S. currency if same 
is available or otherwise in French currency* V^e 
attach hereto our Miscellaneous Receipt M. R. 1815 
as acknov/ledgement of this sum of money. 

As soon as we have any further develournents 
in this matter we will imiiiediately inform you accord- 
ingly. 



Very truly yours. 



Cür^ARD WHITE ST 




MIT ED 



Enclosures 



FRANCONIA CRUISE AROUND THE WORLD 

FROM NEW YORK, JAN. 5, 1939... 147 DAYS... $1900 up 

SMORE EXCURSIONS INCLUDED 



CuN ARD White Star Limited 



No. M. R. 



1815 



Received from 



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2^ 



ORIGINAL 






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PLACE AND DATE OF ISSUE 



■^no -O^v^y^ 



lL./fl^ 




the 



sum- 



of- 



Doll 



ars 



in settlement as foUows 




account 



1 ^^ . . ( From 

Letters in connection | 

with above ( From- 



Dep't Date 
Dep't Date- 



Sig. 
Sig. 




Sxgnatwre. of Clerk 



'bignaiuft »J Cashier 



THIS FORM MUST BE GIVEN TO PAYEE 



J'^nr. 16, 1939 



Ur. George Popper, 
c/o Hotel Statler, 
DetTOlt, rilch. 



Dear George:- 

I hßve juat recelved the follov/infr coble 
fron abroGd - 

^Most Important sloiild trevel on tourlst 
viaa lnri€dl'r:.oly cable aulckly th-ough 
Cunnrd Mte ..>tor round trlp t' Ird clnsp 
tic'KBt also 100 dollors cash advcnce ueen riory 
flr^it April ru3h - ZDIÜHSK"*. 

I liamediatQly ordere d a round trlp ticket and 
caoled to ?ra :ue as followa - 

''Corrmnicnte regarding rlokets Cun'-rd L^ne 
i-'rngue havp. for rrrded hundred «ioll-rn by 
Cf^ble to Gun'id Lsrm ?aris regards all • 

I am very upset rbout cnnditlons abroad, but 
we car-ot do anythlng but slmply hooe that evervtMnÄ 
will tum out alright. 

kindeat re ards, I am 

Sincerely yours. 



C.W« 



CHARGE TO THE ACCOUNT OF: 



rORM CCC 2-NY 



$ 



m\mi MESSAGE ÜHLESS OTHERWISE MARICEO 


ORDINARY 
FÜLL RATE 




ORDINARY 




URGENT 




URGENT 

CODE (cOE) 




DEFERRED 




NIGHT CABLE 
LETTER 




SENDER SHOULD MARK WITH AN X 
THE CLASS OF SERVICE OESIREO 



Commevciat Cahlcß 



i!i 



ll\iTERIM/lTIOM/lL SVSTE.V1 



Tclcijniph 



llhicliilif 




SEND THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM SUBJECT TO THE TERMS 
ON BACK HEREOF. WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TO; 






fkSZ 



Hiuiio 



ADDRESS: 67 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK 



CseohmlovGklQ 



Jtor» 16, 1939 



COHHJL'IGATlä R^(L ^üia TIDiC3Tö OUW^HV ULWS 
. ÜUJ HAV^ FUK /JiDSD HÜHDHräl; DOLORS m 
GäBLB TO CXJNr.Ki) LIIIH ^Mil3 li^Sß&Hl^ ALL 



DOliA 



Pdpptr & Kl« In I^c 



TO TEUEPHONE^A MESSA^E^O^^^^^^^^^^^ 



Mor. 16. 1939 



/^•••*^«.J> '"tm. * A. ^ 



T 



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^SAXUIX-\J. • UXOtl «^UÜX' «Ul^U^ 

25 Hrondway, 
Kew York» 



Att : Mr. Locke 



Oent lernen:» 



I ftn refer Ing to the telephone 
coTiversstlon I hnü wlth you, and am herevrlth 
encloslna certlf ied check for 0361.00, ond 
woiild oppreclßte your giV^^g to the bearer, 
the first check for the samg amount that v/qs 
sent to you. 

I have Just cabled abroa'' ns r^ev 
enclosed copy. 

Trunting that everythlng Is cleap to 
you, ond thanklng you for your cooperntlon, I an 

Sinccrely youra, 

I.A. Popper 

C.W. 



CUNARD White Star Limited 



}^o. M. R 



2015 




Letters in connection 

with above / From 



Signature uj Cashier 



THIS FORM MUST BE GIVEN TO PAYEE 



Iftunrii Mth^ 1989 



Oitaund I9hit« BUr II 

»wr York, N^Y. 



Owtl^Mit«» 



Lt«. 



« L««lni 



K^fwrins to teUphoM oomrwMtlofa wo Imd 
wth ymi «• an Minlliig you h«r«irlth by M«««i««r te.50 

Tmt« wry traly^ 

POPPER ft KLEIH^ IHC. 
X «A« Popper« Pi*«0* 



^ar. 15. 1939 



r*%««n^<ft««3 > Im M 2- ^ 



Q Jl. _ — T « 



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x'UtAA JL *JL -itX'^O *-»UUX' iJXnQ XiLlI« 



25 Hrofldwoy, 
Nqv7 York. 



Gentleinen:-. 



Att: ?fr, Kichter. 

Letohredskö 36, 

Prahö VII, Czechoslovßkla 



^^eferrlng to the telephone corverg^tlnn, the 
writer hod wl th you Vhis nftemoon, we would vindly 
ßsk that yoTi cnble abroori to the abova gentlemsn, 
one round trlp ticket, tMrd clnss, ^ro^^ue to He v/ York,] 
Kev/ York to i^ague, on the ueen i-i^rj ^ich Ir le^^ving 
Cherbourg on April Ist» In addltional to thl3 ticket ^ 
also ö9k that you cable ClOO^OO. 

Acco>ding to our phon conversr tlnn, the c 
Is as folloi7s - 

liound trip ticket fron -^rngue to }]q\'j York, 
Ngv; York to i'ra^ue ~-~— 238,00 

Cnble ixpanse 5,00 

^Gad Tax o.OO 

^ösh 100,00 



• ' I on enclosing ntj d^ecl: for "^351.00, and 
would Q^proclntG our cnbllnr^ ingtructi^ns abroad 
Imnediately, and kindly confim recelnt of t> la order 
to we, 

Yours very truly, 

I.A.Popper • ^i?e3. 

C.W, 



FAST 




RADIOCRAM 

R.C.A. COMMUNICATIONS. INC 

A RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA SERVICE 



CEiVED AT 64 BROAD STREET, nrw york. at- 



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TICKuT ALSO 100 DOLLARS CASH ADVANCE QUEEN MAFIY Fl PST API^IL 

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Apr* 14^ 1939 



Roger 0» Donneil p ^aq. 
We«^ tory ^Idg» 
'"ash'ngton, l.G. 

Denr Sir:« 

I hcve recelved your Radio r^adlng - 

ily Charge for rcpresRrtlrg :^pste5n 
before ßorird of ' eview fifty dolliirs paysble In 
advcnce ansrer quick as Bo.-^rd maetlngs at eleven oclock% 

to w> Ich I hcve replled^ by Hadlc - 

** Radio PGceived agroeable malling check''. 

1« ?f 1 4 ^ ""• ßna hope thrt you will he succesaful 
In relGtislng ciy ne .hew Zd«nek l^pstein. 

I am also encloslng ny check for r'50.00* 
Thanking yoj for your coo exstion, I am 

Slncerely youra, 
I»A. Popper 



^•S. I am In receipt of your aecond adio • 

Cf -e argued and submitted doing ^verythin« 
posaible exnedite decialon reg^rd outlook 
favoreble for of^mission under "500.00 bond.'^ 



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RADNA5? 19 COUECT=RY 
I A POPPER« u^-i> 

300 FOÜRTH AVE« 



WASHINGTON DC 1220P 



i| 1^ WORDS FOR THEi| g\ 
■ WUSUAL PRiCE OF I V 

DOMESTIC SERVICES 



FOREIGN SERVICES 
AT STANDARD RATES 

APR 14 1?3Q 



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=CASE ARGÜED AND SUBMITTED DOING EVERYTHIN6 POSSIBLE EXPEDITE 
DECISION REGARD OUTLOOK FAVORABLE FOR ADMISSION UNDER 
$500 iOMD- I 

-ROGER ODONNELL» 




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ABaUT 
^ VERY 
vPENSiVE 

RATE 



UTTERS 



$500 f 



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CHARGE TO THE ACCOUNT OF: 



FORM CCC 2-NY 



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ÜRDIKART MESSAGE DRLESS OTRERWISE iARREO 



ORDINARY 
FÜLL RATE 




OPniMARV 
CODE (cDE) 




URGENT 




URGENT 

CODE (cDe) 




DEFERRED 




NIGHT CABLE 
LETTER 





SENDER SHOULD MARK WITH AN X 
THE CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED 



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SEND THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM SUBJECT TO THE TERMS 
ON BACK HEREOF. WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TOl 






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ADDRESS; 67 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK 



Rocer O'Donnell, Ssq. 
We Story Bldg* 
Washington, D.O. 



Apr. 14, 1939 



RADIO REC^IVSD AÖR'^SABLE MAITJNG CHECK 

I.A. Popper 



FL^ *^'5 Sf.]ND THIS VIA RADIO 
MÜST R'IACH DijJSTIMTION lU 
Si-LF HOÜR 



TO TELEPHONE A MESSAGE OR CALL A MK8SCNOER. TELEPHONE WHiTEHALL 4-3250 OR ANY POSTAL TELEGRAPH OPPICB 
FOR REPETITION SERVICE AND ALU OTHER PURPOSES, TELEPHONE BOWLING GREEN 9-3^0? «^>'»C«- 



STANDARD TIME INDICATED 



RECEIVEO AT 



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NEW YORK CITY, N. % 
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TELEPHONE VOUR RAOIOGRAIWIS 
TO POSTAL TELEGRAPH 





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RADNA10 23 COLLECT VIA MRTaRY WASHINÖTON DC 6h<*h I 
I A POPPER« JiV ^2 
300 ATH AVE« 






POSIAL TELEGRAPH 



MY CHARGE FOR REPRESENTING EPSTEIN BEFORE BOARD OF REVIEW FIFTY 

DOLLARS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ANSWER QUICK AS BOARD MEETINGS AT 
ELEVEN OCLOCK«! 

ROGER ODONNELL* 

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Mjr denr Sir:- 

on S1113 Island bacruse the Dept. of Labor r!?«, not 
recogrdze pa<,o,.orts Isgued by Caec'-O'^lovpkla %'n^ « 

officlols, they nentioned thnt thia ca.^e was for-rrded 

C0.1. be i.st.^^^^l^^i^ ^^ZJ^L 
P'^le^sed befo^ tha -ce'c Is over. üo^^ve r be ro?e 
TO^ do rrytMn.-, nn tMs, I would 8pp?ecirte .oip 
wlPins -'e, to^orrow, collect ^hrt your prof«..sl'^r.fli 



I. A, Popper 






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May 11, 1939 



Roger O^Donnell, Hsq« 
Wo Story Bullding, 
ro3hln{5ton, D^C« 



Deer hlr. O'Donnell:* 



In replY to your letter of May 5, 
I wlsh tc ödvlaa thnt ny cousln end hls son, wäre 
releasad wltl.out any trr^ublc and therefore I am 
not able to avsil myself of your saxnrlc«. 

However, I will bo? r you In m'nd 
v8?^en tha opportunlty arlses. 

Wlth best wlshes, I am 

ölncerely yours, 

!• A • Popp QT 



C.W. 



ROGER ODONNELL 



WILLIAM J.PETERS 
LAMBERT ODONNELL 
THOMAS W. OBRIEN 



LAW OFFICE OF 

Roger O'Donnell 

WESTORr BUILDING 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



TELEPHONE DIST. 1153 



CABLE ADDRESS: 
ODONNELL. WASHINGTON 



May 5, 1939. 



Mr» I» A. Popper, 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y* 

Dear Mr. Popper: 

In reply to your letter of yesterday, I beg to State 
that I shall be in New York toraorrow (Saturday) moming and if you 
desire to coramunicate with me during Business hours I can be reached 
at ny Office, telephone Barclay 7-4214; after business hours at my 
apartment, telephone Chelsea 2-8750 (if no answer call Watkins 
9-5600 and leave message with Operator, 

I expect to be in N ew York until Tuesday noon, returning 
here on an afternoon train of that day. Naturally I have plenty 
to do in my brief stay in New York, but will be glad to look after 
the cases of your cousin and bis son, arriving per SS "Queen Mary" 
on Monday. 

It might be advisable to take the matter up in advance, so 
that detention may be avoided if possible. or shortened if it occurs. 
In the former event, there would be less expense, since the case would 
not have to come to Washington as Mr. Epstein' s did. I could arrange 
to See you on Sunday morning if a personal Conference is necessary to 
arrange the details. 



Faithfuliy yours. 





ROD.b, 



Moy 4. 1939 



lorAT» O^Ponn'211 
"cotory Buildi^^ 






My -aeQ!» Ur, 0» Tonne 11;- 

^ -UM ■^ "ü? «'fP'5C*l-nß rty cwjsln Mr. inli Popper 
ond M? son Otto Popper on the tieen Mary v/i-lch 
Is nr-lvlng here on "ond-gr, and 'aho probobly v;lll 
rcco thß sr-HG problem aa my ncohew rv. 'c5anko 

^"Iv^^'t "^ ''"'^^^ therofore opprsclsta Imo^vlng 
whethrsr I can agaln have yoto» malntonoe In thls 
na-ter and what your professional chnrgos will be, 

As yot I hnvo no anthoritv to -nt fcVljs 
Mttor ?jito ynur hanfls, but pr^ntm« tho- na soon na 
ny cousin srrlves he r-m nnTt thnt T orocs^'l Ir th« 
9imc msnnfir db previ ouady, and the-eför« I would 
•pproclsto henrlng from you ragnrdlng the abov«. 

I would «ppreclBtQ Veorlnt; from vou by 
Saturday morning. In the flrst neii. 



Slnccre ly yours- 
I»A, Popper 



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LIMIT 

CUNARD LINE W 



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MITE STAR LINE ' 




IN YOUR R E PLY 
KINDLY QUOTE 



DONALDSON ATLANTIC LINE LIMITED 
2 5 B R OA DWAY 



T E LE P H ON E 
BOWLING GREEN 9-5300 



pMCtPFc 

Xa sM er ^-D e t) t 



NEW YORK 



June 19, 1939 



Popper ^. Klein, Inc. 
300 Fourth Avenue 
New York City 

Dear Sirs: 



Prepaid 



- ?• 13396 3/4 
Zdenek Ebstein 



With further reference t'^ cur letter of 
June 16 th, written you by our Mr. Bachy of the Prepaid 
Department, we are now pleased to enclose herewith, our 
check drawn to your order in amount of ^100. '^0, represent- 
Ing refund of cash payment not effected to Zdenek Epstein 
by our Paris Office. 




CÜNAPD f^.ITE STAR LIMITED 



Enc. 



<.Y.- 1228 



PLEASE ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COMPANY 




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IN YOUR R E PLY 
KINDLY QUOTE 



B:MK 
PuEPAID DEPT 



CV LIMITED <^ 



CUNARD LINE WHITE STAR LINE 

DONALDSON ATLANTIC LINE LIMITED 

2 5 B R OA DWAY 

N E W YORK 



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TELE PHON E 
BOWLING GREEN 9-5300 



June 16th, 1959 



Popper & Klein, Inc. 
500 Fourth -t^venue 
Ne?; York City 



Gent lernen: 



Prepaid - 



P.lo89G£/4 

^denek -Pt^TEIN 



V ith refeience to your leti^er of June 9th, v/e 
wish to advise tnat cur Casnier's Department, 
not having as yet received autnorization to re« 
fxind zae ^i^lOCLOO cash paymeno wnich was caüled 
oy them to our Paris office, have reuuested 
authority to anange t.iis set tlement "by caüle, 
and as soon as they are in a position to do so 
om^ cneck covering tnis adjustnient will oe 
forv/arded to you, 

Very truly yourL, 



CüNAhD 




JUM 9, 1939 



Ounapd White Star Ltd^ 
25 Broadway 



Oanfcleman: 

1* ecknowledge receipt of yotip check 
No. 28082 top 0246.00, coverlr« refund of passflM 
money, for whlch v/e thank you. 

We wlahto call to yoiir attention that 
täiere Is still a ?100.00 due us for caah advanced, 
and would appreclate receivlpg your check for same 
as soon as pos8lble# 

Yours very truly, 

POPPSR & KLEIN, Inc. 



I# A. Popper - l^es» 



lAPiCDP 



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CUNARD WHITE STAR LIMITED 



25 Broadway 
New York 



June 8 



193 9 



Mr. I.A.Popper 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N.Y. 



Dear Sir,- 



Prepaid No. 



P-138963/4- Zdenek Epstein 



We enclose herewith the following checks in refund of the 
above certificate. 



Check No.ESüaS^ 

Check No. 

Check No. 

Check No 

Check No 



Elxpenses 
Cable expenses 

Remarks: 



STATEMENT OF REFUND 

_$ S46.- Covering refund of passage money 

-$ Covering refund of foreign payment 

-$ Covering refund of landing money 

-$ Covering refund of diff. in fare(s) 

$ Covering payment of commission 



1 



DEDUCTrONS MADE 

Incurred by the Company abroad 



Please acknowledge receipt. 



Very truly yours, 

CuNARD White Star Limited 



Per. 



CeS2 T.C. 97863 



REFUND SECTION. PREPAID DEPT. 



M«y 26, 1939 



Cunnrd 'Thlte i^^tap Ltd^ 
25 Broadway. 
^W York. 



Prepeld F. 138963/4 

l'lr. Zdenek Epstein 



Gentleman:- 



I am in receipt of your letter of 
Mey 25^ and »n herewlth enclosing purchaser'g 
receipt for the round trlp ticket. 

Purther^ 03 per your reqiiest, I an 
• also sendlng you, cancellstlon fom signed br 
the wrlter. ^eslrie the refuncl for the r^^iind 
trlp ticket there is also due no '100.00 vrhfch 
you cabled abroad. 

Your Imniedlate attention in this 
matter- will be appreci^ted. 



Youra rerj tpuly^ 
I.A.Popper 



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UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftiamt of g^uppnrt 

I ^•1*^ * • ^'^»«^ .esiding at »^ »«««1 ^OnOOUMt 



Qlnutttg of 






s.S. 



Prei>aid Ticket No. 



(Street Address) 



City 

1. (a) TJiat I was hörn a citisen of the 
United States on: 



State 



.being duly sworn depose and say : 



Date 



-In the 



City of 

County of. 
State of 



(b) That I was naturaUsed a citisen of the 
Uni^S^jJpf^:gg^ 1920 

TÜü'Yortt 



BPOQX 



■1li*)Y6i*" 



(County) 

Ol my certificate bemg 

issued by..^.??.?.^l ^W». ...«<f . 



63 

2. That I am years of age and have resided in the United States since. ... 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because. 



(c) That I declared my intention of he Com- 
ing a citisen of the United States on: 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



(County) 

number 



issued by. 



(Court) 



Augoit 6^ 1912( 



^^^^^JUSäii^ Status of the a]ien(s) is. 



(Name and address of firm) 

yrnmgs amount to $....f. ....7!.. „.T.TT^ 




^^, _. , to whtcrti-tiiti- u 1 

mkpplmnmttmTT mttidl^vit-M- --r ,v -- - v 

"^ \2tate~whfther or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupatio!! is «POPt«* POppQr ^etllMltim IttO» 

(SurglMl Inatramantt )3bo FouirUi Äv«, ,Ww' Yoirtt,Ä«K' 

My avera 

6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of... 

^•lt«r 18 •iiBr"^^öfeifTt 16 

B«nMm-F«lt||^lgdc Md^^ 

8. That it is my intentiory^^^^ tijlfve ?^^^^{gj|^§anJ5^|pe|^^;^|l^|,j^ residing at 

(Give complete address) 



•▼tr«'-'?ita-te* 46 «hiÄ 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 






Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 

Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


B^nmn F«ltlt«oh«k 
Hltb r«it&t«oh«]c 


«•1« 

~FS9i 


X/6/190 


1 Aus tri« 

08 ^ — 


bus» »«eut! 


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T<EMAKKS 



TtLSS Äc^ on^ K \^° ''^*'"'^' mamuun, support and be respcnsible for the alicn(s) mentioned above whilc they remain in the 
Umted States, and hercby assumc sudi obhgations. guaranteeing tlut none of them will at any time become aburdra on thiTnnlfM 

iTfL°J.^t" tn"L!'t'hoS°"':'T' ^l'^' yi^lt^' '' Municipality of the United States; and that any w^o a^e under sTxtSn ?efrs Ä 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen yean old and will not be put to work nm„ited to their years ^ 

'^^'and'beteT "^'"''^"'^ '"^"^'^"^ ^'^ '" ^^«^ ^'^^'^ ^"^ Physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time becn threatened with or arrested for anv rrim^ nr 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whosenSirnLor. .T 
to orgamzed government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of V Ä^dgr^nd belLf Ä ta .T^'^'l 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. "'''^'^''^^ ^""^ ^^^'^^^ ^^'°"«^ ^^ any such 

Btpamnt Jttrtl?Pr »UUb, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul tn U«,,. • 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorides to admit said relatives into 1hl United States. ' ^''^' 




(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and swi 
Notary Public, 

this.... 



M.2122— QUADRUPLTCATE 



My Commissioj 






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PROTEKTORAT CECHY A MORAVA. 



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Vysvedöenl dospelosti. 




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narozen^/ dne ^ . A^t^/^>i€l \^^^vCp^'>^^^/c 




1 konal - stredoSkoIskü studio od skolniho 



pt't. 



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I kdeje ve gkolnim roce 19 JxT / J5> dokoncil .. Podrobil se zkousce dosp«"lo.sti 
l podle vynosu minislerstva gkolstvi a ndrodnl osvety ze dne 11. ledna 19t8, cislo 
l 2.000-11, Vestnik ministeretva §kolstvi a närodni osvety, XX, lüas, eislo 14. 

Podle prospSchu v studiich a podle vysledku pisemnych i listnith zkousek dospe- 
\ losti vydävä se .//m«, toto vysvedceni: 



V iiäbozenstvi / 



V jnzyku 
' esko n li ivn i iiik ^iii 



V pfcdmelech povinnych: 






■tf^^^t ^ i*ü i^4%4ae i^ /m' ijp'^ 



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C. 8701 Rfrg. — Väcchna präva vyhrazczuL 



1938. 2-.i8S 



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4 j , 'Street und numb«r) 

Addressed to .,_ 



SjfeRED AKTICLE No. , .. 4 . , ^ j 

(jftirclui|-ge /)aid ,.$_.._. .1 : : z^T^ ^ ^ . | 



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( Street 
Accepting em 







Posl offioe"arM State) "» 



ndnumbsr) \ ^Vj^-V f\.^-\. *---_,____ / 

^Ployee will ^.ce initi.l. in .pace below indlo 'J'""'''"^' V"^"^\-^^"" 
■ ,. *^ °*'°*'' •"°"C"t'ng restricted deliverv 



Mrn receipt fee _; r-- 



Delivery resiricted to addref 

»■ 5- 6809 



ssee > " "'•''"•---—--- '^P^c^^i delivery fee 
Feepaid-^ Postmaster, per 




POSTMABK 



Ul. 



Am^rtra 



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(Hamtq nf >«w york 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affiöamt nf Äwppnrt 



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»tuU pf Wtw York 



s.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No... 



I. 



(Name) 



..Bronjc^ M^ York 

City 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



residing at . 

-being duly sworn depose and say ; 



149B £o2duni Avum«. 

(Street Address) 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 



State 

(b) That I was naturalised o Citizen of the 

United States on : 

Date... 



Mm.Xatk. 

.Ä.3förtc 



.In the 



(County) 

_ _ number 

(State) rÄÄÖ«Ä 

of my certificate being Ü.vficiafi 



issued by. 



issued by DAAtldL.et .C0U»t-.Of 

.tto.t....ö.a*....-.!ö^. 

ifmiA». 1903«.. 



(c) That I declared my intention of becom- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on: 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



(County) 

number 



State of 

2. That I am .P5.... years of age and have resided in the United States since 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is JfD.df|]PILt>0 



(Court) 



firm) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is EÄIlfeÄ.l...i?.(IÄl(W Ollflalph '-claflkopf 

«^|Mg» Q ^ (Nam^nd address of nrm; 

^^-^y-y-^Tl^^ My average ««»arnings amount to $ 3.^000^0 

6. My other assets are as follows : B»»l\»» X 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate % and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ _ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ...^..•*..T.....™...$f?.ll....l!r.Q 



(Names and ages) 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at 

.?.??!l.?^.?y.?iöi....,*....Q.8.f.0hM.l0.y^^ 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me 


in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 


' 




Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 
of 

1^80* 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Josef rimtl 




Mal« 


CsDoho« 


tuciönt 


^««Tshaw 


itertl antl 


Mal« 


ÖÖ'^l 


• 


Studant 


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REMARKS: 

That I am willing and jble to reccive, maintain, support and bc responsiblc for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United btatcs, and hereby assume such obhgations, guarantceing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
btates or on any State, County, City. Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at Icast until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

^^^\^\lY,li^ "^^"t^°"^^ relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 

- -^.''or^/ni^^^' ^"^ T^ ^^^""a^ *u "°k*"' ^ '" ^"y^^^^ connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contra?y 

.0 orgamzed government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. » 6 " «t»y J>ucn 

irpan^nt Jtirtljpr ^tatw, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 



(Signature of Dep 






Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
^ Notary Public, i». and for said Countii^ 

this^...dav of....C^^SL^ A-D \QX^j 



M-1684— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires. 




Notary Public 



623142 



Form 3806 (Rev. Jar. 21 1935) 

Receipt for Registered Arlide No. 

R«ffist«re<l at^e Bdiit Offica indicated in th« PoatmarJ 

Fee paid l^i-f- ""'* ^'^** postag 

Declared value -J. — _>^urcharge paid 

Return Receipt fee /./)___ Spl. Del'y fee .m. 
Delivery restricted (^addressee: 



(POSTMARK OF) 



in Person , or order Fee 

Accepting employee will place his 
Space indicatiTic- rpstrU»t*<1 ^<=l'vew. — 

PeSTMASTER? 




li ala ji n^i 



LING OFFICE) 



The gemler should write the naine of the addressee on back hereof as an idontifloation. Preaerve 
and Bubmit tbis receipt in cane of inquiry or application for iadeinnity. 

Kegwtry Fees and Indeinnity.— Domestic reifistry feea ränge from 15 cent« for indemnity not 
eiceedmg $5. up to $1 for indemnity not exceeding $1,000. The fee on domestic registered matter 
without mtrinsic value and for which indemnity u not paid ie 15 cent». Consult postmaster aa to 
the specific domestic regwtry fees an.i surcharKes and as to the registry fees chargeable on registered 
parcel-post Packages for foreign countries. Fees on domestic regiatered C. O. D. luail ränge from 
-äö Cent« to $1.20. lademnity claims must be filed withia one year (C. O. D. aix montha) from date 



U. 8. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



16—20305 



Form 3806 (Rev. Jan. 21, 1935) 

Receipt for Rewstered Articie No. . 

Regiatered ifOM roat Office indicated in the Pdat 

Fee paid ../iC.I/.... eents Class postage ./.. 
Declared value -/^urcharge paid. 



623143 




Return Receipt fee __!^___ Spl. Del'y fee _ 
Delivery restricted to addressee: 

in Person , or order Fee p 

Accepting employee will place his 
Space indicating restricted delivery. 

POSTMASTER, per M » . A . . . . JJTl! y> . ,1| || A ^f^ f-ING OFFICE) 

The Bender should write the Kn^bJlk adXtWa um iiurk 1i)^Jw4ulincmimcation. Preaerve 
and subinit this receipt m case of inquiry or application for indemnity. 

Resiatry Fees and Indemnity. — Domestic registry fees ränge from 15 cents for indemnity not 
exceeding $5, up to $1 for indemnity not exceeding $1,«00. The fee on domestic registered matter 
without intrmaic value and for which indemnity ia not paid is 15 cents. Consult postmaster as to 
the specific domestic registry fees and surcharges and as to the registry feea chargeable on registered 
pareel-poBt packages for foreign countries. Fees on domestic registered C. O. D. mail ränge from 
25 cent« to $1.20. Indemnity claims must be filed within one year (C. O. D. six mouths) from dato 
Ol mailing. 

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 16 — 20305 



Form 3806 (Rev. Jan. 21, 1935) ^OQ'I /l Cl 

Receipt for Registered Artide No. \^.^^fAr^^ 

Regiatered at^h« Poat Oti'ica indicated in the Poe 

Fee paid .../.^J- cents , Class posiage 



(POSTMARK OF) 



Declared va 




^ 



_ Surcharere paid/$- 



Retum Receipt fee -A Spl. Del'y fee 

Delivery restricted to addressee : 



in Person , or order F> 

Accepting employee will place 
Space indicating restricted ^gj^erv. 

POSTMASTER, per 




Preserve 



The Sender should write the name of the addressee on back hereof as'an identification. 
and submit this receipt in case of inquiry or application for indemnity. 

Registry Fees and Indemnity.— Domestic registry feea ränge from 15 cents for indemnity not 
exceeding $5, up to $1 for indemnity not exceeding $1,000. The fee on domestic registered matter 
without mtrinsic vaUie and for which indemnity is not paid ia 15 cents. Conault postmaster as to 
the specific domestic registry fees and surcharges and as to the registry fees chargeable on registered 
parcel-post packaBes for foreign countries. Fees on domestic registered C. O. D. mail ränge from 
J5 centa to $1.20. Indemnity daima must be filed within one year (C. O. D. six months) from dato 
of mailmg. v~.«w 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



16—20306 



Form 3806 (Rev. Jan. 21, 1935) fi23l_44: 

Receipt for Registered Articie No. 

ReariaterMT^t 

Fee paid 



(POSTMARK OF) 



ed «t tlkw Poa< 



Poat Office indicated in the Post 



Declared value 

Return Receipt fee /-/^ Spl 

Delivery restricted tp Addressee 




Class postage .. 



uiyiharge paid. 




an identification. 



in person , or order Fee pa\ 

Accepting employee will place his t; 
Space indicating restricted delivery, 

POSTMASTER, per 

The Bender should write 
and submit this receip _ 

Registry Fees and lt_ 
exceeding $5, up to $1 f 

without intrinaic value and for which indemnity ^ „„„.„ v,ov^.<.=vci 

the specific domestic registry feea and surcharges and as to the registry feescbärgeabre onTegisrered 
parcel-post packages for foreign countries. Fees on domestic registered C. O. D. mail ränge from 
25 Cents to $1.20. ludenmity claims must be filed within one year (C. O. D. six montha) from dato 
of mailing. 



e aame oo 

«Äk|nqninr%r^ptrtication lor indemnity. 

>6^-^-L>omeBtic registry fees ränge from 15 cents for indemnity not 

r indemnity not exceeding $1,000. The fe© on domestic registered matter 

is not i>ftid is 15 cents. Consult postmaster as to 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



16—20305 



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jKniiary 18, 1146 



ö'cf 






Dter Joseft 



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I arn «ncloslng, horowlth, the followlng 
documents for nn affldnvJti 

(1) A. fidnvlt form in qufcdruplicnte 

(2) Ihm h Flrndstreet report In dupllcßte 

(3) Letter frow Trade Bf^nk in duplicrte 

W Copy of Income Tax Return for 194ä in 
dupllc^?te 

(5) öavinps BanK Account stfitenient in 

duplicoto 

(6) Utter fron 'etropHltah Life Insiipjaice 
Co, in duplictte 

(7) i etter fron Equiteb"^e Life A3«ur«nce 
Society in diiplicate 

(8) Lettfir fron :^!utual Life Insurance Co* 
in dupllcate 

(9) ilst of \}.^. öavinfts Bonds I own In 
duplici-^to. 

In View of the fact that nlrniall letters 
ca not weiph more than two ounces. I en sendl ng the 
above documents to you in four dlfferent env^lop^s 
as they are too heavy to be put in ona envelope. 

I hope you are ?/ell, ar d will urlto to y >u 
soon. Wlth klndest regards from all, I am 

Moat slncerely. 



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enc.-20 



10 



Pebrua ry 6, 1946 



Hebrew Sheltering ^ Immigrant 

Aid Sooletv 
425 Eafa/Gtte'St« 
New York 3, H. Y* 



Att: Mr. A 



Doftr Mr. Orossrnan: 



be Groasma^t ^ 
ConsTiltants 



Division 



I an tpklng tho liherty of enclosir^g, 
^erewlth, two copies each of two Affidavits wMch 
I have forwarded to ray nephev/s, Josef Fantl, of 
Praha XII, Slezska 109, Cr^achoslovakic-? , nnd Ota 
Kraus, of Praha I, Revoluonl 5, Cr.echoslovekla . 
I would approciate it If you v/ould keep one copy 
each for your flies and forward the two renainlng 
copies to your correspondont In Prag, and roquest 
hin to fTlve t>.o necessary assistanco to my two 
nephews in order thnt they can obtrln tbo vlsas. 

The ot^er day I net onr nutual friond, 
Mr. Leo Wilson, to whom I deliverod your rog?irds, 
and he also asked to bo renanhored to you. 

Thanklng you for yonr Cooperation in 
this nattor, I remain 

Sincerely yours, 



I.A.Popper 



iap/cdp 
enc.-4 



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HEBREUI iHElTERinc and 



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ICRHnT RIO SOUETV 




425 LAFAYETTE STREET 
NEW YORK 3,N.Y. 

Telephone ALgonquln 4-2900 



Overseas Central Office: 

HIAS-ICA EMIGRATION ASS'N (HICEM) 

Lisbon, Portugal 



OFFICERS 
President 

Abraham Hermon 
Vic»-Presidents 

Samuel A. Telsey 

ei.i^_ *%• % 

Joseph Pulvermacher 
Samuel Goldstein 
Samuel Kalesky 
Fredric R. Mann 
Abraham Minkus 
Julius Shafer 
Harry K. Woltt 

Treosurer 

Harry Fischel 

AstocJate Treasurer 
Nathan Schoenfeld 

Honorary SecTetary 

Benjamin J. Weinberg 

Executive Direcfor 
Isaac L. Asofsky 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
Morris Asofsky 

Aaron Benjamin 

Edward M. Benton 

Dr. James Bernstein 

John L. Bernstein 

Rabbi A. D. Burack 

Elias A. Cohen 

Solomon Dingol 

Harry Fischel 

Hon. Jonah J. Goldstein 

Samuel Goldstein 

Murray I. Gurfein 

Reuben Guskin 

Adolph Held 

Abraham Herman 

Harry G. Herman 
Alexander Kahn 
Mrs. Leon Kamaiky 
Dr. Elihu Katz 

Harry H. Liebovitz 
A. L. Malkenson 
Jacob Massel 
David Pinski 
Joseph Pulvermacher 

Daniel G. Rosa 
Joseph Schlossberg 
Nathan Schoenfeld 
Hon. Adolph Stern 
Dr. Mendel Sudarsky 
Samuel A. Telsey 
Harry Wander 
Benjamin J. Weinberg 
Dr. Harold M. Weinberg 
Morris Weinberg 
S. J. Weinstein 

Women's Division 
Mrs. A. Herman 
Miss Elizabeth Lesser 

Hias Council ot Organizations 
A. Baron 
Louis Gallack 
Barney Greenberg 
Anna Kaplan 
Morris Tigel 
Abraham S. Wilk 

VfomBn's Council 

Mrs. Herman J. Leflert 




February 22, 



Mr. I. A. Fopper 
300 Pourth Avenue 
New York 10, K.Y. 



Dear , r, Popper: 



RE: josef FAN'^L 

Praha XII, Czech. 



We are in receipt of yours of recent d ate with 
enclosure same being oopies of affidavits you 
executed in behalf of the above naraed. 



ILT.I ^.^^"^"^^^^g s^^« to our appropriate European 
agenoy for their considerstion and shali of course 
keep you advised of any future develo..meÄts. 

Very sincer/ljj 3 



yours 



AG:E3 





'Öro s sraa n 

CONSUjy^ANTS DIVISION 




President 8 War Relief Control Board Registration No. 562 



303 



Intt^ö ^tatf ß ai Ammra 



Itaw York 
Vhw Tork 
■•» York 



SS.: 



State of 

City of 

County of.. 

I ?**^^^ *• ^^PP?** 

^g^"" 7T......^cing duly sworn, depose and say: 

I reside at ^.^^ QnnA Concourao - Hronit, M, Y. 



I am a l^HWPÄSSJJBfi^iSi^ Naturali2;ed Citizen of the United States as evidenced bv 

(indicate which) ^ 

my. ^:..i: Naturalisation Certificate ^oJ^lT^i. issued on f^ ^^* ^"^^^ 



1 Spacl«! frm of th« Supr^Mi ^ 

Dy- 1. Court at. 



Unm York 



X am 



Mirritd _j j , , , XX iB mv wifn, 

tiiivi ucpenuciic un me ror support are .". '.. 

(married or Single) 

I am J:^^*^**"^ 'ind sol« «tnck holder of Poppar "i Kl«!n^ Inc., 



300 Fourth Avanue, H^m York 10, N.Y.^,^'1list!f»tM€oS^ffPoT 

•upplla» and pharm^iOautJc©! niichlnorjr» Th# Corporutlon hu» f nat 

worth of 4 75 1 000. t), aa par otir oartlflad aooounUnt'a stfitaoent of 
ßa-e»»b#r- 3-l"^- ■l-'>44y Mjr-fft-mlng-a - Sl^|-000w4X> -pa-r -y«a-r.» 

In addition, I have assets consisting oi}^^....^^^^,,,Zl^^^ 

inaura nea pollclaa • total caah v« i^iV Tff ;ti*>8'."^¥V^^" Pii^rt^^aV^ 
U*«. Savlnfa Bonda - total purohaaa viaue J>5, 700.00 (nnturity 
valua 17,600.00), ~ aa ovldancf^d fro« thi encl >ao-rl docuner ta. 



Joaaf Fftntl, who la 



Üncla 

I am the. of. 

twanty-flira (25) ^rttti^s^ipfega (bom Uixy ^^^%ig^nim4ih 



Priihft :il^ Slaaakii 109, C^^fJohoalovnKla 



now residing at. 



who desire to come to the United States to join me and others of the family, and whom I 
am most anxious to bring over. 

j j i_ t_ -1 , nciphaw 

iglo hereby promise and guarantee that I will receive and take car#;4famy.. 

who applying for an immigration visa, and will at no time allow. to become 

public charges to any Community or municipality. I do further promise and agree that those of 
my relatives covered by this affidavit within school age will attend puWic school, and will 
not be permitted to work until they are of age. 

I make this affidavit for the purpose of inducing the United States Consular authorities to 
grant the visa to my said relative , and herewith submit corroborati^ proof as to my personal 

18th 

Sworn to before me this day >^ i /» 

'■ .-., "i""'^. - ; .-^^.. ^ .«* ^^.^^^.fe^. 

CARMELA DI PIERRO Notary Public. 

« y^^ '**'*»"<^' "ew York Coanty x 

N.Y.Ca. Clk'8 No, 96, Reg. No. 181-D-6 / 

Commlssioo Explres March 30th, 1M6 ' 






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(5(00^ A-eofeer^ coLUöa'aO 



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Fl/V)£) L/N(:,^ l/V\Or^i 



Z# A« Popper 
888 Orand Coneourt« 
New York, V.Y^ 



D«otmb«r 10» 1940 



U«3» Consulatt C}«n«Ml 
Havam» Otite 

Sir: 

Wltti r«f trtnM to wy «ff Idavlt of th# 
«•rly p«rt of last /••? In turor of Moria PlndllM 
and Adolfin« Findling, 1 wlah to oartlfy that thar« 
haa baan no ohanga In tha atatua of my affalra. and 
that I atlll guarantaa to aupport tham flnanolally, 
If %r9T thla Aould bacoma naoasaary aftar thalr 
admlaalon to tha Unitad Stataa« 

Raapactfully youra. 



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tc^/vO- 



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J^. /, /fpi> 







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Inttrh ^tatffi 
of Atttprtra 

(Enuntö nf "•'" ^ortt 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftöautt nf S'upiinrt 



»tatr Bf H wr Yortt 



s.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, -...l4iMor..A«.....te4Hptr. 

l^?9«t »•w*"torlc 



City 



1. (a) That I was born a citisen of the 
United States on : 



State 



residing at 0OÖ....ar.«)aa-....Sf.oiio.<?.ur8i.A 

(Street Address) 

being duly sworn depose and say : 



Date 



•In the 



City of 

County of. 
State of 



M 



(b) rW / was naturalised a citisen of the I (c) That I declared my mtention of becom 
United btates on^ ..__-r- j 

DateJ|«li....!|B*...19tO 



W«w York t^oiÄ 

of my certificate being.i^jöTiW 
is^ued bviP«.?.l«l ^«W ■■ 



.In the 



(County) 

number 



mg a citisen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



2. That I am ...TT. years of age and have resided in the United States since....^.???**...?.*....*?.*?., 

3. That the undermentioned aHen(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

^^w Pnrmmmnt n^Blänm 



-r. iiiat uic miüuciai siaius oi me aiien(s) is. 



^^_ « (State reasons fully) 



T i--* ^ ^-^^ ^^^*" °^ "°* *^^ applicant is dependent on you för support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is...*!f*?.9??.?f.?? POPP«r * r4.ti|| InO# 

(Surglofil In8trusißat«)900 i^'^urtt^. Av#. Baw York*'*»'^« «m (Namea^Taddre^^^^^ 

t.My averM| l[Mg) i | earnings amount to $.?. !???.• W 

6. My other assets are as follows : •*•*■* 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any. amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ■■■^''?-*?*^.^.^^ Öhildrtiä 

.». • ^ . (Names and affes) 

?•.!*«' 1» «»d aobert 18 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



Morls Findling 



Adoirin« Findling 



Sex 



Mal« 



i 



«mal« 




1B67 



Country 

of 

Birth 



o«»iiqf 



^ Geacsho« 



Occupation 



Joiirtiiilist 
Uouaewlff 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



frland 



frltnd 



P.EMARK«3 




rcniain in the 

on the United 

sixtecn years of age 

years. 



'^'"and'betT "'"'""''' "■"''"'' "' '" ^'^ ^^^'* '^^ ^''^^^^ ~"*"<'" ="«• «re mentally sound. to the best of my knowledge 

Organisation, „or have they ever been convict\dTry1riml1n'™Wi^ '"°*'^''^^ ^"<^ '"'■'f' "^'-^ '» -^ ^-h 

"'"roT fSÄ„!!Äatives?n? ^.^^ ^^J^Z fSL^t JÄI lÄ? Ifc A-ican Consu. to ' 



Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 



issue visas 



(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County, 



this 



day of A.D. 193. 



My Commission expires. 



Notary Public 



M152Z5 



/J'DlX A fweeA couuec^cN 



'^SS'-Hi^ R4-3-/qif{/ 



<^OLDÖCHyv\\DT f^/^/vi(Ly 



/ 



June 19^ 1939 



Ut. Kgon Gold3chmldt 
R«rlinAvilmiiradorf 

Jenaex*8tr. 2 
Germany 



Dear Mr* Ooldschmldt: 

I ackrowledge receipt of your letter 
of June 7f and have been very happy to hear that 
you have succeeded in getting your visa, and 
that you are ccnteKipleting to leave very shoptly« 

I will be very glad to r^eet you as well 
•S your daar fanily« 

In the meantisie, I beg to reinain with 
kiruiest regards 

Sinoerely youra. 



Jtine 28^ 1939 



Oscar K<iiom & Co,. 
501 Pif th Ava» 
Naw York City 



Ltd, 



f 



My deap Beron von xlohorn: 



T hßvo bo«n advlsed by Mr. %on 
aoldsclmldt täiat he i?lll errlve cm the 
s/s ^-ashlngton July 6^ and it will probßbly 
be advisable if you will meet him on the 

steaner» 



^>7 



Ith klndcat regards, I renain 

Yours vox^7 truly. 



!• A* ?opr)er 



Egon Goldschmidt. 
272 West 73rd Street 
New York Cit;/, 



ITew York, 22. August 1959. 



Sehr geehrter Herr Popper! 

Ich habe heute vergeblich versucht, Sie in Ihrer Office 

zu erreichen und durch eine Nachlässigkeit meines Hausv/irtes 
versäumte ich l^ir^p-r Tv.r'P-n (Toc3o'hö-»-rT+«v> a^^ 






Grimde erlaube ich mir Ihnen folgendes auf diesem Wege mit- 
zuteilen: 

Wie Ihnen ja bekannt ist, habe ich beim Committee auf 
Befragen ausgesagt, dass Sie mir wöchentlich 7$ als Miets- 
zuschuss geben. Das ist nämlich der Betrag, den ich liebens- 
würdigerweise von Herrn Baron von Kohom bis zu meiner Abreise 
erhalte. 

Nun habe ich das Committee um Bord- und Trinkgeld für 
unsere Fahrt New York-San Francisco gebeten, das ich von 
Deutschland aus nicht bekommen konnte. Das Committee will 
sich nun vorerst mit Ihnen in Verbindung setzen, ob Sie ge- 
willt sind, mir das Bordgeld (für Getränke und kleine Aus- 
gaben an Bord), sowie Trinkgeld für die Angestellten, zu ge- 
ben. Es ist mir sehr peinlich, dass sich das Committee in 
dieser Angelegenheit an Sie wendet, doch ich kann es nicht 
verhindern. Ich habe sofort abgelenkt mit dem Hinweis, dass 
Sie, sehr geehrter Herr Popper, ausser meinem Affidavit noch 
sehr viele andere Affidavits gegeben haben und es deshalb wohl 
nicht anzunehmen ist, dass Sie mir ausser der Miete bis zum 
9. September, dem Tage meiner Abfahrt, auch noch das Bordgeld 
geben können. Dieses nur zu Ihrer Orientierung. 

Am 5. September kommen unsere Kinder aus Bethlehem zu- 
rück und auch diese werden nicht verfehlen, Ihnen ihren Dank 
für Ihre grosse Hilfsbereitschaft und Güte abzustatten. Wir 
werden uns dann alle zusammen erlau;,^ben, Ihnen Lebewohl zu 
sagen. 

Inzwischen begrüssen wir Sie bestens. 

Ihr stets ergebener 
und dankbarer 



i 




\ 



OSCAR KOHORN & CO., LTD., NEW YORK 



CABLES: 

KOHORN, NEW YORK 

CODE: 

BENTLEY CODE 

ACME CODE 

ACME SUPPLEMENT 




TELEPHONE: 

VANDERBILT 6- 2418 
2419 



501 FIFTH AVENUE 
NEW YORK 



December 16,1945 



Mr. I. A.Popper 

c/o Popper & Klein, Inc., 

500 Fourth Avenue 

New York 10, N.Y. 



Dear Mr. Popper: 

I received your letter dated December 15th together v/ith 
money Order for $10.00 and a letter from Mr. Egon Gold- 
schmidt which I am returning herewith. 
I am very glad indeed to learn that Mr. Goldschmidt is 
getting along nicely and remain, with kindest regards, 

S ine er ely j<our^ , 

OSCAR VON KOHORN 
Encl. 

BVK:MK 



MANUFACTURERS OF RAYON AND STAPLE FIBRE MACHINERY. COMPLETE PLANTS FOR RAYON AND STAPLE FIBRE MANUFACTURE 
O. K. iia ••4S 



Dec. 20, 19-5 • 



'!r. Egon rro].dsobTnldt 

425 Sr^ruce Street 

Sr.n Vrpnc'r.roy IR, Callf« 

Boc'^r ür. rtol^3oh!nidt: 

I rcknov/ledf^e receipt of yoiir lottnr of 
December ftb pn6 wfir» very bappy to Vei^r tbe^t you, 
as "^^ell BS your family, fTe dolnf^ v/ell . 

T thnnk you for sending ne tVie monev r^rder 
for $10.00, Mid would aprrecl&te it very raich' 1f I 
coulfl reoöive the balance of f)20»00 ? t vour f^T'rllest 
convenience. 

^''5sbiaf^ you ?n.d yo::r dcc^-r fa^lly a Merry 
Cbristrnas and a Happy ffev/ ^erT, I remain 

Slncorelv yoi^rs^ 



I.A.Popper 



i?:p/cdp 



EGON GOLDSCHMIDT 



425 Spruce Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 

^18 



December 5, 1943 



Dear Mr. VnrMrif^r* 



Jir JT 



First of all I hope that you are fine, 
As to US all my family is in best health and we are 
getting along better gradually. 

I,myself ,am working as an order filier and 
my eldest daughter passed her examination as a beauty 
Operator 2 years ago. Meanwhile she got her manager 
license and helps as in working our way up, My 
little daughter is attending Junior High School 
and is doing pretty well. 

Now we are here in this wonderful country 
about 4 years and we thank Grod every day for our 
happy fate. In this connection we will never for- 
get the kindness of all our friends who gave us the 
possibility to escape the hell of Grermany. Even 
though there is still a hard fight ahead we are sure 
of our final victory, 

Enclosed please find a money order of 
$ 10.- as a payment of the ^ 30.- you kindly lent 
me at the tiine I left New York for Üan Francisco. 
I am pretty sure that I will be able to send you 
$ 10.- in January ajid February. 

Dear Mr. Popper, I have to apologize 
that I did not send the money earlier. When I was 
about to send you my first payment a while ago, my 
youngest girl had to undergo an appendix Operation 
and later-on a tonsil Operation. All my money I 
saved was gone for hoapital and doctor expenses so 
that I had to wait until now. 

Are your sons in the Service already? 
How is your family? I would be very glad to hear 
from you sometime. 

Wishing you all the best of luck for the 
Coming holidays, I am with kindest regards from all 
of US, 

Very sincerely yours, 



<^^t-<-ue<^^^P 




Dec* 13 5 1943 



Br.ron Osccr von Kohorn 
501 Pl£h Avenue 



ily dear B£.ron von Kohorn: 

I an encl' sfn^:, herewj.tV^, a money order 
for $10.00 and r.lso letter I bave racefved from 
Mr. Egon Goldschnidt. 

As soou as I receive addltlonal^ payrients 
jt will forv;ard the same to you« 

With klndest regards, I am 

Sincerely yours^ 



I.A.Popper 



iap/cdp 
enc.-2 



f 



September 12, 1939 



Oscar iCc^iorn ^c Co«, Ltd. 
501 Plfth Av«. 
New York City 



Attt Baron Von Kohorn 

My dear Baron vobom: 

I acicnowledge receipt of your letter 
of Septenber 9, and thank you for the check of 
f 30.00 which a^TOunt I laid out to -'r. Egon J. 
Goldschmidt» 

As aoon as I recelve this anount, I 
will linr.iediately fopward the sane to you. 

Wlth kindest i^^^ardSt I remain 

Slncerely yours. 



I.A.Popper 



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Mr. !• A. Fopper, 
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for your kind Cooperation. 

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Ky desr Baron Von Kohopn: 

T , ^ Keferring tc the teler^hone cc^iver-gation 

I I»d fifc^i you, I wiah to State thöt :>• %on J. 
iSi^^^^^^"^^ cßlled on r-e today ard I gßve him 
ff^O.QO« He pTOmiaod to ret^arn to ne tl-^is s^rount 
as aoon as poaoible« 

I would veir imicb apr^peciate receivlrj? 
your ehock for tiiis loen* As aoon «s I receWe 
the coO.OO fron i r. Goldschmidt I will return tha 



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Yours very truls*-. 



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Lieber Herr Popper! 

Ich danke Ihnen für die Ausstellung des Affidavits für 
die Familie Goldschmidt und bestätige Ihnen hiermit, dass 
ich Sie von jeder Inanspruchnahme aus diesem Affidavit 
schadlos halten werde. 



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Mr, Bgon Goldsohmldt 
272 V^6 8t 73rd St* 
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D«ßr Mr» Ooldachraldt: 



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I eent m telagrcph to yofu thla r.ornlng 



•will YOtJ PLBASB BB IH K!Y OFFICE 
T(Ä«ORROW TÜESDAY AT 9 A.M*" 



I would «ppraclate It if you would pay 
m« tha vlait tomorrow moming batwaan 9:00 and 
10:00 fittn« 

Wlth klndest regapda, I remaln 

Yotirs Vary truly. 



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Aiagust 28, 1939 



EGON aOLDSCHMIDT 
272 •■^BST 73rd ST, 
NEW YORK CITY 



mLL YOU PLSASE BE IN TtlY Ol^ICE TOMORROW TUESDAY AT 
t A.M. 



I. A. POPPER 



Jan. 12, 1944. 



Wr. Oscar von Kohorn 
^'01 F5 f th Avenue 
Ilew York, lU Y. 



lly dear !!r. von Foborn: 

I ara encloslng, horewlth, a lettor I hiwe re- 
cejved todsy from llr* T.eon Goldschmldt f?nd also a raoney 
Order of $10.00 from Hr. Goldschmidt. TViere Is a ba- 
lance of $10.00 due you yet which I will send to you as 
soon as I receive it. 

Please return the enclosed letter. ^/ith kind- 
est regards, I am 



Slneerely yours. 



I.A.Popper 



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January 15,1944 



Mr, I. A. Popper 

c/o Popper & Klein, Inc., 

500 Foiirth Avenue 

New York 10, N.Y. 



Dear Mr. Popper: 



This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of January 
12th together with money order for $10.00 and a letter 
from Mr. Egon Goldschmidt, for which I thank you. 
I am returning Mr. Goldschmidt^ s letter and remain, with 



kindest regards. 



Sincerely yoyxt€j 

OSCAR VON KOHORN 



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Sehr verelirter Herr Popper^ 

Durch Rerra Baron von Eohora habe ich 25U meiner s^öösten 
Freude gehört, da&s 8ic mir lieboTisv/Urdiger.'^'eise Gelegen- 
heit geten wollen, bei neiner eventuellen Durchreise durch 
ÜBU rork, mich au empfangen» Ich danke liinen für Ihr Wohl- 
wollen ganz bebender 8. 




Es v/ird immer so riel Ton "Erleichterungen'» für die itldische 
Aus?/anderung gesprochen, doch leider sieht es in aer Pra- 
xie anders aus* Dies bewies v/ieuer ein heute an laich ein- 
gegangener Brief vom Konsulat folgenden Wortlauts: 

• Kr* Popper should 5uba:'-tta füll eiplanation of his 
friendöhip with you^ and exact plane of what he is 
intending to do tm jou should you be allowed to 
proceed to the United States* •• 

Deshalb bitte ich Sie, hochverehrter Herr Popper, herzlichst. 
In englischer Sprache einen Brief etvre folgenden Inüaltcs 
um/^^ehend zu schreiben und diesen Brief mir zur ^leiter^^abe 
einzusenden: '"'"^ 

• An das Amerikanische Generalkonsulat 
Bellevuestr» 9 

berlin» W» 8. 

Sehr geehrter Herr Generalkonsul, 

Durch Herrn Egon Goldschmidt wurde ich heute benach- 
richtigt, dass von mir eine Erklärung über das f^reund- 
Schaftsverhältnis 5>u Herrn Goldschmidt verlangt wird* 
Hierzu teile ich folgendes mit: Herr Baron von Kohom, 
Inhaber der Firma Oscar Kohom <Sb Co»Lte»,501 5th Ave, 
Hew York, der sowohl mit mir als auch jiit Herrn Gold- 
schmidt langjährig besonders gut befreundet ist, teil- 
te mir mit, dass H^rr Goldschmidt ein Zusatzaffidavit 
für die bereits ausgestellten Affidavits seiner Cou- 
sinen Mr* und Mrs* Ekstrom, New York und IrBmiHermine 
Brandenburg, Brooklioi N*Y* benötige. Ich habe mich* 
deshalb veranlasst gefühlt, aus Freundschaft und Näch- 
stenliebe diese Bürgschaft zu stellen und Sie können 
sicher sein sein^fdass ich, v/ie aus dem Affidavit er*- 
sichtlich, genügeynd Mittel besitze, um Familie Gold- 
schmidt in YerbihiRung mit den anderen Äff idavit^-ebem 
Jegliche Unterstützung für den Lebensunterhalt zu ge- 
währen, wozu ich 5iich bereit erkläre» Somit ist genvge 
Garantie gegebeug^dass Herr Goldschmidt dem ainerika- ' 
niL^chen Staat ixacya seiner Ankunft, sowohl als auch 



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gen, lierm uoldschnldt nnri «r^-inr.^ n^^.s-ia^ .n. rr 
JesSätSt'we?I?zx'^^' "'^ er.öelichen, «erden hoch- 

Ihr sehr ergebener 

lifJorSSeifliJ' f"" ^? ■'"»"'■'J^' seht Bchci^tisS toJ. 

ben7 . ^Pt rez. ?8 , et^va folgenden laüeltes au schrei- 

f Lieber Herr Gold3chnd<^t, Ich saixde liinen einliegend 
daa versprochene Affidavit und würde mich f^n!« 

cJon^ScWrSi^^ begrüssen zYUr^tt ^SJ'h^u- 
7n^^r.l+ 1 ^^i^ ^''■^® Sorgen zu machen üher iSa 

aS?^«^^®?^ ^?^^'^ ^'*» ^^^ auch meinrFraa sind 
aaüin üfcei-ein^jekoaaEien. Ihnen in -i-^ o-«^^* t »ina 
helfen. m± k.W^Z^L^^u't^t^ ^--""^ "ei^e zu 



helfen, mt den -besten Grüssen 



Ihr 



X j-uer eumax auf dl* Hilfe von draussen angev/iesen. 

^^llVtll'lct'^^''''' 'f "^^' ^'^^^ ^ I*^-*^ hochseschät* 

Ihr selir erseloener und dank>)arer 



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Egon Goldschmidt 
Berlin/Wilmersdorf 
Jenaerstr, 2 



Berlin, June 7th, 39, 



Dear UIt. Popper, 



This is to inform you that we have finally 
succeeded in getting our visa to enter Ainerica. 

Y/e have "booked our passage to San Francisco 
via New York and we leave Gerraany on June PJth 
by S.S. "Washington", which will arrive at New 
York on July 6th. There we will stay tili our 
departure on September 9th for S.S. "City of 
Baltimore". Perhaps we are able to change this 
passage into an earlier one* 

We should be very glad to see you during 
our stay and we will permit to call on you after 
our arrival, in order to thank you personally 
for your so kind assistance. 

Meanwhile we all send you our kindest re- 
gards . 

Very truly yours 



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425 Sprace Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



January 4, 1944 



Mr. I.A.Popper 

c/o Popper &. Klein Inc. 

500 Fourth Ave. 

J^ew York, N.Y. 



Dear Mr. Popper: 

I thank you very mach for your 
letter of December 20 and return your good 
wishes for the lylew Year heartily. Let us 
hope that 1944 will bring us our final vic- 
tory. 

I am happy that I am able to 
today my second money order for 
i^ext month I send you the balance. 

Hoping you are well, I remain. 



enclose 
$ 10. -• 



Very sincerely yours, 







on Goldschmidt 



' Fernsprecher: 87 21 33 

Postscheck -Konto: Berlin 182799 



Berlin -Wilmersdorf, 51 ^ 3 ^ 3g . 

Jenaer Straße 2 



Herrn 

Isidor A, Popper 

888 G-rand Concourse 

B r o n X - IT e w Y o 



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Sehr verehrter Herr Popx)er! 



Ich bestätige Ilmen bestens dankend Ihr Tele-^rarmn vom 6. März, 
in welchem Sie mir mitteilten, dass die beiden gewünschten Brie- 
fe abgesandt seien. 

Leider habe ich bis heute vergeblich auf das Eintreffen dieser 
gewartet, sodass ich fast annahmen muss, dass Sie diese Briefe 
vielleicht irrtüialich direkt an das amerikanische Konsulat ge- 
sandt haben oder aber die Briefe sind an mich verloren gegangen. 

Aus diesem Grunde bitte ich Sie, falls der Brief nicht an das 
Konsulat gesandt worden ist -dieses kann ich infolge Massen- 
andranges beim Konsulat überhaupt nicht erfahren- an meine 
obi-;e Adresse die beiden Briefe nochmals 11 _ehend zu senden. 



Ich sende Ihnen der Ordnung halber die Kopie meines Schreibens 
vom 9. Febr. nochüials ein, falls Sie die Unterlagen nicht mehr 
haben sollten. 

Wir waren am 20. März zur Besprechung beim Konsul bestellt, doch 
war der Konsul ausserstande , wegen enormer InansToruchnahme , uns 
abzufertigen. V/ir mussten deshalb alle gewün.schten Papiere wie- 
der schriftlich einreichen und können wieder kauia vor mehreren 
V/ochen m.it einer Antwort, wann v/ir endlich unser Visum erhalten, 
reclinen. 

Y/ir bestehen hier eine grosne ITervenprobe und ersehnen den Tag 
unserer Abreise. 

Entschuldigen Sie bitte, hochverehrter Herr Popper, v/enn ich 
Sie v/iederum in Anspruch nehme und empfangen Sie, sowie Ihre 
-•eschätzte Familie, die besten Grüsse^, auch von uns allen, 



Ihr Ihnen besonders dankbarer 



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£gon Goldschmidt 

Fernsprecher: 87 21 33 

Postscheck -Konto: Berlin 182799 



Berlin -Wilmersdorf, January Ist , 39 . 



Jenaer Straße 2 



Mr. 

Isidor A. Popper 

888 G-rand Concourse 

B r onx.New York 



Dear Mr. Popper, 

Yesterday I received your Affidavit and I thank you 
heartily for your goodness, seeing with great satis- 
faction your willingness to help us in our mental 
need. 

By taking over a Supplement ary affidavit in such a 
liberal v/ay you have saved a family from the posi- 
tive ruin - two grown-up persons in the best age 
and in the best health and two flourishing children 
promising well. Be sure that the Omnipotent God is 
witness of this saving-action and you will not be 
in want of His Reward. 

You may be convinced of having given your kind help 
to a family, who will dignify to your confidence. 

I should like that I m.ight succeed in giving you 
only part of the thanks which I owe to you. V/e 
all were deeply touched and we are strengthened 
in our Confidence in God, so that we have found 
again new force after all troubles. v/ith hope we 
are now looking forward to a new life. 



My dear Mr. Popper, I know that it will not be 
easy to build up a new life, bat I shall prove 
myself true also in your country. My dear wife 
will assist me in every way and'^my eldest daughter 
Ilse too. I am glad to be allowed to work again. 



Apologizing for the trouble I was giving you and 
sincerely thanking you, I remain with kind regards 
to you and your dear family, also from my dear wife 
and children, 

Yours very respectfully 




Egon Goldschmidt. 



Egon Goldschmidt 

Fernsprecher: 87 21 33 

Postscheck -Konto: Berlin 182799 



Berlin -Wilmersdorf. 9. Februar 39. 

Jenaer Straße 2 



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später, nicht zur Last fallen wird. Ihre Bemühun- 
gen, Herrn O-ol r]f=?nhrni rlt Mr^r^ g^.-i-no>> i^om-; n -; <> ^-;^ t?-;,^ 

reise in dieses Land zu ermöglichen, v/erden hoch- 
geschätzt werden. 

Ihr sehr ergebener 



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Selbstverständlich ist dieses nur eine Formsache, sehr ver- 
ehrter Herr Popper, aber das Konsulat geht schematisch vor. 
Ich versichere äie, dass ich selbstverständlich von Ihrer 
Erklärung keinen Gebrauch machen werde. 

Ich danke Ihnen nochmals für die Erfüllung dieser vom 
Konsulat gestellten Forderung und bin Ihnen für postwen- 
dende Erledigung, zwecks schneller Erlangung des Visums, 
äusserst dankbar. 



G-anz be 
der Ljüh 
datiert 
ben: 



sonders vairde ich es begrüssen, vieim Sie sich noch 
e unterziehen würden, mir einige Zeilen, zuilick- 
vom 20. Dez. 38 > etwa folgenden Inhaltes zu schrei- 

Lieber Herr Goldschmidt, Ich sende Ihnen einliegend 
das versprochene Affidavit und vnirde mich freuen, 
Sie nun bald bei uns begrüssen zu können. Sie brau- 
chen sich wirklich keine Sorgen zu machen über Ihre 
Zukunft, denn sowohl ich, als auch meine Frau sind 
dahin übereingekommen, Ihnen in jeder V/eise zu 

helfen. Mit den besten Grüssen 

Ihr 

" 

Ich hoffe keine Fehlbitte getan zu haben, denn wir sind 
nun leider einmal auf die Hilfe von draussen angewiesen. 

Mit den besten Grüssen von uns, auch an Ihre hochgeschätzte 
Familie, bin ich 

Ihr sehr ergebener und dankbarer 



Egon Goldschmidt 

Fernsprecher: 87 21 33 

Postscheck -Konto: Berlin 182799 



Berlin -Wilmersdorf, 9. Februar 59. 

Jenaer Straße 2 



Herrn 

Isidor A, Poppe 
888 Grand Concourse 
Bronx - New 



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Sehr verehrter Herr Popper, 

Durch Herrn Baron von Kohorn habe ich zu meiner 2;3:'össten 
Freude gehört, dass Sie mir liebenswürdigerweise^Gelegen- 
heit geben wollen, bei meiner eventuellen Durchreise durch 
New fork, mich zu empfangen. Ich danke Ihnen für Ihr Y/ohl- 
wollen ganz besonders. 

Es wird immer so viel von "Erleichterungen" für die jüdische 
Auswanderung gesprochen, doch leider sieht es in der Pra- 
xis anders aus. Dies bewies wieder ein heute an mich ein- 
gegangener Brief vom Konsulat folgenden V/ortlauts: 

" Mr. Popper should submit a füll explanation of his 
friendship with you, and exact plans of what he is 
intending to do for you should you be allowed to 
proceed to the United States." 

Deshalb bitte ich Sie, hochverehrter Herr PopT^er, herzlichst 
in englischer Sprache einen Brief etwa folgenden Inhaltes ' 
uffiip;ehend zu schreiben und diesen Brief mir zur Weiter-abe 
elnzusend en : • 

" An das Amerikanische Cxeneralkonsulat 
Bellevuestr. 9 
i ^erlin. \/. 8. 

Sehr geehrter Herr Generalkonsul, 

Durch Herrn Egon Goldschmidt wurde ich heute benach- 
richtigt, dass von mir eine Erklärung über das Freund- 
schaftsverhältnis zu Herrn Goldschmidt verlangt wird. 
Hierzu teile ich folgendes mit: Herr Baron von P^ohorn, 
Inhaber der Firma Oscar Kohorn & Co.Ltiff.,501 5th Ave. 
New York, der sowohl mit mir als auch mit Herrn Gold- 
schmidt langjährig besonders gut befreundet ist, teil- 
te mir mit, dass Herr Goldschmidt ein Zusatzaff idavit 
für die bereits ausgestellten Affidavits seiner Cou- 
sinen Mr. und Mrs. Ekstrom, New York und Mrs. Hermine 
Brandenburg, Brooklyn N.Y. benötige. Ich habe mich 
deshalb veranlasst gefühlt, aus Freundschaft und Näch- 
stenliebe diese Bürgschaft zu stellen und Sie können 
sicher sein sein, dass ich, wie aus dem Affidavit er- 
sichtlich, gemlßenö. Mittel besitze, um Familie Gold- 
schmidt in Yerbindxmg mit den anderen Äff idavitgebern 
jegliche Unterstützung für den Lebensunterhalt zu ge- 
währen, wozu ich mich bereit erkläre. Somit ist genügend 
Garantie gegeben, dass Herr Goldschmidt dem amerika- 
nischen Staat nach seiner Ankunft, sowohl als auch 



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UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftöautt af S^npmtt 

2hm Conoul tenoral'^al 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



City 



(Name) 



.residing at 



(Street Address) 

-being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) Tliat I zvas born a citij^en of the 
United States on : 



Date 



.In the 




City of 

County of. 



State of. 



State 

(b) That I was naturalized a Citizen of the 
United States ori: «^^^ 
Date...ira.lli.....t-2^.....1Ö.20 In the 

Bw „Xojrtc ironx 

.öim.....*OrXC number 

(State) 14fin7l6 

of my certificate being.. ..*!•.???:..!..*" 

issued by..?.l>.«.0.40l "«"> <»' 

..ttai.....SMPP«M.....ii!iPt. 



(c) That I declared my Intention of be Com- 
ing a cilisen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



(Court) 



2. That I am öv years of age and have resided in the United States since .ABlM.??«...-S.iL....i515. 



3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because. 



(State rcasons fuUy) 




%UM XB ü BUPpl#lä§Äl^liÄ()f wlidßniLii^^ 

5. That my regulär occupation is IBII?.^?'.*«??. £OPP.«l?....&...:.tX.||ln|L... InCf. 

* ••^- ■■ "• "My ^ve^^geJ|HRÄaj"i"&s amount to %...^.M}:z!z!^..T'^^ 

6. My other assets are as follows : "^ j? c? -j 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of .?'.?.?.• ^'?y..ll:.T!?....*6...?«ötW^^^ 

_ .INames and ages). . _ ^ 

Sr«.(H.M«A|dBK^4£S^f«^^ 

8. That it -^^^^^SS^^^I^j^^°^f^^^^^^;^^^^^^o^^^^tsii\ne at: 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



Sex 



SIgm Joo«f Ooldsotaald^, aaU^ 0/29/1 889 GcnaJ 
AXio» Goldaohid«! 




IlM i,>'aiin^~Gö 
Stwfl Ruth 



r»<TmnT;\f* 




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9 fm 



Date 

of 
Birth 



Country 

of 

Bvrth 



|r/5/iesl6 
.1Ö/V1 

.8/11/1 



928^ 



Occupation 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



REMARKS 



That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and be responsible for the aHen(s) mentioned above while they remain in Itie 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States er on any State, County, City. Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

Wtpantnt 3ffttrtlirr ^tatra« That this affidavit is made by him for thq purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 




(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County, 



this. 



day of A.D. 193. 



M-728— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires. 



Notary Public 



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UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftbamt nf Support 



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s.S. 



Prcpaid Ticket No. 



?.ii.dp!l*..A.«....Pö.ppir. 



I. 

city 



(Name) 



.resi 



State 



(Street Address) 

.being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on : 



Date 



-In the 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
United States on : 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



Date •ll.!nMi....i3£l,.....I02Q In the 

....^."•.»...XoPk l^PQnx 

w«.yr.|Äk. .":.':".::'l,nber 

of my certificate being •^.?.vTl.¥f 

issued by....^.p.iö.i.il...'?.«ra öf 

*l^.....supw»j^.8^^^ 

2. That I am ...P9. years of age and have resided in the United States since....-^.l!Ä1|ö.t .. 6.0....X9.1?!f. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

.^^...!^fi?:»nil»^ 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is llf^4§.IÜ?l.tHl. 



(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
ing a citisen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



▼ ~^- ^^ whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is...rf^.??.*?.? ?lf!lPP. W & Kl« In InO « 

(vj..^^«^^'« I ^ ^ %— ^ ,« •* **•*• (Name and address of firm) 

'lUrnlCa 1. J.n8.tini!if.f,ta.).5.W....i:..O.Ur.th...i..Va»B.fl.^^ average «IBPtarnings amount to $.?.».000...00 

6. My other assets are as follows : 



(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ieO $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ „ 

7. That my present dependents consist of äl-^^-^A*lUX.Sjl.t....4!8....ft|[|d ...t^O 

(Names and ages) 

f ?.!??.. «r...l? «^ ober t 15 



8. That it is my iÄtention and desire to have my relatives whosenames appear below, at present residing at • 

|....^«.rlBM.l?.«:.?.t.*^.::!.!J.t....a«y^Ij ytmm.JJ.»....OmrnmT ' 

* (Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



Fr i«dr lob ^ruenbotm 



Fr lad« arucmbcua 
Omrt cHnionbQUM 



Sex 



^iil« 



^^i 



Nil« 



Date 

of 

Jirtl 




Country 

of 

Birth 






Austritt 



Aufitrlfi 



Austritt 



Occupation 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



iVittWl 



Prlenl 



M» 



rittiid 



REMARKS: 

That I am willing and able to reccivc, maintain, support and be responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United btates, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuitcd to their years. 

'^^^Ind VheT "'^"^^''"^'^ '^^^*^'^^' ^'^ ^" ^^ ^"^^^^ ^"^ Phys^cal condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arneTsted for anv crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization wh^princples^a^^^^^ 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and i^lL be o^-^^v such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ ' oeioßg-to a/y such 

Sppmt^nt Jurtljpr »taUB. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the M^rtcatv Consul ^ issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the V^^eT^^^ ^onsuljf^ issue visas 




(at^e of Deponeift) 

ibscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public/ jn^ and for said County. 






3/ 



this. .//... .day of. 



M-1684— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expirc^Ti..lMAO..!i:l.,. .! -^.^ ^^- ^^^ 



Notary Public 




»••Friedrich Oruanbaum 

I ariahilf erstrass« 29/II.. 
Viem» VI., ' 



Deoember Zrd,X9ZB 



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i-^r. Friedrich Gruenbaum, 

Mfirlöhllferatrasse 29/II.. 
Vlcrma Vl.^ ' ' 

Dqöt Mr. GruGnböum:- 

Jfin in «J? ®"* \^ receipt of your letter of 



Yours vory tpuly, 
I»A* Popper 



Friedrich Grueribaum 
Mariahilf er s tra ss e 29/II 
Vienna Vt 
Germany 



(Husband) 



Born Feb. 7, 1893, in Vienna 



meua uruenuaum 

Born Jan. 21, 1895 in Vienna • 



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Gert Gruenbaum (son) 
ßorn May 6, 1921, in Vienna 



1. Income Tax 

2. I>un <5c Bradstreet 

3. Bank Letter 

'4. Metropolitan Life Ins. 

5. Mutual Life Ins. 



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ORÜSFHAÜM 
MARIÄEILPSHSTR 
VÜOIM VI 
QiSmUKt 



POPPER DlABIiS TO COMPLY li^TIB3» 



SmDm • U STHIHI2R 

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FOR REPETITION SERVICE ANO ALL OTHER PURP08E6. TELEPHONE BOWLING GREEN 9-3800. 



June 15^ 1939 



?'r* Prits GruanböTim 
Vienna VI 



My dear Mr, Oruenbaum: 

I ac^mowled^^e receipt of your letter 
er June G, and qs I mentionad to you in my lest 
lettep^ I Qn sorry to soy tbet I cannot conply 
with your requeat. Therefope^ ülr. L. Jteiner 
has CGbled you as follous; 

"POPPi^I U^Ii-iBLS 70 CCMPLY REQUii;ST'' 



further» 



I hfive done ny duty and cennot go 



Yonra very truly. 



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To Mr# 

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Ich erklare hiermit, dass Ich die volle Verantwortung für 
den Lebensunterhalt der Familie Prltz Gr\mbaxim aus Wien , 7# Marlahllfer* 
Strasse 29 übernehme • 



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Dear Sir 



SxGUse,pl8as8,iiiy boldness to send this 
letter to you.I am a youth,17 years old,who 
whishes to emigrate from Vienna on account of 
the circumst ances which you certainly know. 
After having studied for 6 years in a hi/^h 
Vienna school with excellent success I became 
fine mechanicianiproduction and repaics of in- 
struments of dentist similar apparatus,elect ro- 
motors,elaboration oi patent-models and so an). 
As you have the same profession like me, 
I am sending this letter to you,hoping, that you 
v/ill fulfil my immodest request.I entreat you 
to help me in procuring me an Affidavit for me 
as well as for my parents.For the guaranty, 
which you are granting me I would work in your 
establishement. A description of the capabili- 



ties of lay parents aaä lae folXows out of which 
you may learn,that we all shall be abl8 to earn 
v.^. ^x.v.xxuyuu lu u.o.a. lou may be assured, that 
we woüld rat her starve than ever be a bürden to 
you. I must teil you,that we are all entirely 
healthy and ström,- and able for any work.Iou may 
be convinced,that you would not waste your inter 
est upon unworthy persons.i/e never would have 
worried you with our request,if we had relations 
or friends in U.S.Ä. or somewhere in the world. 
ßut so you are our only hope and I entreat you 
once more to ansvver me as soon as possible be- 
cause father hast lost his position on account 
of his religion and it is necessary, that we de- 
part immidiately.The raoney for the journey,hoüse 
hold-furniture and the money, which we can legall; 
take alongjwe possess. 

tVe would be unexpressibly grateful to you 



if our xBquest would find resonance in your 
heart and I beg you once more to excus9,that 
I worry you, bat you are the only hope I have 



I am.dear Sir 



most respectfally 



yours 



lien VI, 
Maria^ilferstr.29 /ll 



Phone ALoonquin 4-4972 



I-. STEIXER 



MANUFACTURER OF 



ELECTRICAL AND SURGICAL SPECIALTIES 

23 EAST 20TH STREET 
NEW YORK 



Auguat 16, 1939 



Mr. I. A. Popper 
300 JPourth Ave. 
Uew York City 

My dear Mr. Popper: 

As per cur conversation of today 
in reference to jjriedrich Srunteum and fömily, 
to whom ycu were kind enoufrh tc send an 
affidavit, wish to adviee you herewith, that 
I will take füll reaponsibility ehould the 
queation aiiae, wJriereby it ahould involve you 
aa to materiai aid to tne above family, in 
aicknesa or diatresa. 



Sincerely your 



LS:EM 




f 



August 15, 1939 



Honorable American Consul General, 
Vlenna, Germany 



Sir:- 

I, the undersigned, I.A.Popper, resident of 
888 Grand Concourse, City of New York, County of Bronx, 
State of New York, hereby depose and say: 

That it is my desire to have my very good 
frienda, Friedrich Gruenbaum, Frieda Grucnbaum and Gert 
Gruenbaum of Mariahilferstrasse 29/II, Vienna VI, Gepmany, 
Join me here for permanent residence; 

That the applicants have not heretofore been 
supported by me inassiuch as they were finanoially well 
able to do so up to the present tlme. Kowever, I hereby 
guarantee to take care of them for as long as it will be 
found necessary and I also guarantee that they will never 
at any tir.e become a public Charge | 

That due to the present oonditions in their 
natlve country, Austrla, Germany, they are unable to eam 
their living there as they are of Jewiah descentj 



#750.00. 



That my monthly income from the bus:lness is 



That I have a five rocm apartment. 



That even thou^^ I am not related to the above 
Irmlgrants, I still guarantee to provlde Friedrich Gruenbaum, 
Friede Gruenbaum and Gert Gruenbaum with free room and board 
as well as sufficient funds up to $60.00 a month or more for 
their personal expenises for as long as it will be found ne- 
cessary. 

s 

Thot I trust that the American Consul will grant 
my very good frienda, Friedrich Gruenbaum, Frieda Gruenbaum 
and Gert Gruenbaiim, a visa to join ne here for permanent 
residence where they will never at any time become a public 
Charge and whera they will have a very comfortable home with 
me. 



KITCHENER CAMP 



TKLEPHONES t 

rSANDWlCH 



I 258. 
l 259. 



KCR S348 



RICHBOROUGH 

(Near SANDWICH) 

KENT 

LONDON OFFICE ; 2. Paul'S Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, E.C.4. 



j:r»I» A.Popper, 
Bronx, NYt 



Jannuary Int, 1940. 



KITCHENER REFuGEE CAi.IP. 






The Kitchener Refugeo Transit Canip at Richborough, Kent , England, ^ 

was established by the Central Council for Jev/ish Refugoes - 
former ly The Council for G-erman Jewry - to enable mon froni Gemiany 
and Austria, v/ho v/ere awaiting tho opportunity of emigrating to tho 
United States and othor countries, to \7ait in conditions of ""simple 
comfort and useful occupation, instoad of boing detained in Gernian 
Concontration Camps. The Camp is maintained by tho Council from its 
limited charitable funds; and the cost of maintaining the 3,500 mon 
is at tho rate of about £ 100.000, for a füll year, Bofore the out- 
break of v/ar arrangements woro boing negotiated with tho German 
Government by v/hich passages for tho mcn in tho camp to America and 
other countries ovorseas v/ero to bo purchased in Gormany with Marks 
by their f amilies, or by the Central Jewish Organisation. New, thot 
arrangment is, of courso, annullüd, and in tho casos -/höre tho mon 
had obtained ticket s for their passago on Gornan ships, tho transport 
is canc Glied. 

It is im.possiblo for tho Council to boar tho cost of tho passagos, and 
it is confidontly expoctod that tho r lations or frionds, \vho havo 
nominatod^the rofugoo and given the affidavit for thom, will undortako 
that^ liability. Wo aro making ovory offort to oxpedito tho omigration 
of tho mon in tho Camp who can obtain visas, but can only arrango for 
their transport if the cost of tho passago is sont. 
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Wo are expecting to rocoivo soon tho visa for Hr. /.«„> r^,,. «v«„ 
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tho passago; and if you are unablo to pay tho* rrholo omount, tho ^argost 
possiblo contribution towards it. Wo would ask you to lot us havo your 
roply, if possiblo, by rcturn of mail. ^ 

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(Street Address) 

being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



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City of 

County of. 



State of. 



(b) That I was naturalized a citisen of the 
United States qn* 

Date »rUnS....5:2.^....X.940 In the 

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issued by Special TörBi..of. 

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(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
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Date In the 



(City) 



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(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



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2. That I am .55- years of age and have resided in the United States since .AUgUSt .. 6.|....19.13.. 



3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because.. 

for Permanent Resldence 



(State reasons fully) 



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*t. inat tne nnanciai Status oi tne alien(^s) is. 



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(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. Thatmy;egularoccupationM?.g.^...*...P.iS.t?.r...SU^^^ & ^'^^^^X ^^^ • 

300 FOUPth Are. • New York, »•!• (Name and address of firm) 

— -My ^veragejMWkhr earnings amount tdJI^-OOO »-00 • 

6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) fr.f.QlO.f.^J. 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

M.fe..-...P.a.ullnÄ...49j....a^^ 

(Names and ages) 

Walter 20 and Robert 17 



7. That my present dependents consist of. 



-Ä That it ^s my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at 

Vxkne-Kupelei Sl 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me 


in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 




Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Eduard Haber 


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Male 1 
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Bohemla 


Textlle 
Technlclan 


Nephew 


Hanna Haber 


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REMARKS I niay mention that prior to the marrlage of Hanna Haber I 

furnished her with^ a^^ 

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filed with the American Consul in Prague. 

That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and be responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledce 
and belief. ^ 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or/tfrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization wliOse princlples are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and/belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor liave they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. // 

ISrpanrnt 3l^urtl|rr ^tatPB, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the^merican Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the l^^d States. 





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(Signature of Deponent) 



Subscribed and sworn to before nie, a 
Notary Public, Jn and for said County, 



Cert, nkd In I*. Y. Co. He. 1 19, lef . Ho. 3-R^ 
C«ntm»«tk>A wpire« itrch 30, 1943 




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FILE NO. 811.11 EVP/ib 




THE FOREIGN SERVICE 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



American Consulate General 

Budapest, Hungary, 
June 9. 1941. 



Mr. I.A. Popper, 

300 Fourth. Avenue, 

New York, Nev/ York. 

Sir: 

The receipt is aclaiov/led^ed of your letter 
of May 9, 1941 conceming tlie cases of your 
nephev/ and niece, Eduard and Hanna Haber, resi- 
dents of Slovalcia, v;ho are desirous of being 
admitted into the ^nited States for permanent 
residence. 

The documentary evidence to v/hich your letter 
refors has been found upon preliminary exaraination 
to be sufficient and satisfactory, but I regret 
to inform you that because of frontier restrictions 
and other travel difficulties, it has not yet be- 
come possible to taice final action on the cases of 
Mr. and Mrs. Haber. 

Mr. and Mrs. Haber have been assured,hov/ever, 
that v/henever they find it possible to aopear at 
this Office and shov/ that they will be able to 
proceed to the United States, their cases v/ill be 
given evexY further consideration consistent v/ith 
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MRS. WmA POPPER0VA**HABER0M ^^^^ ^^ S. doUars 2 5.-- 
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ITevfm ani jestli väs vübec tento dopis zastihne ponevadr 
ani ja nemm od Väs uz tri mesice zprävu a delam si velke starosti proto« 
Take cekam zprävu od Vä proto, ze cekäm tez ze prijde täroven zpräva oÄ K-.rli 
Oka a zase nie uz jsem z toho zoufalaä nyni take neraam zprävu uz tak dlouho 
od drahych rodicu a tak nespim cele noci. 

Ja jsem "byla predesly tyden tady v blizkosti u jednoho 
lekare ponevadz jsem stäle nemocnä tak mne rekl, 5e bych musela prodelat tera| 
pif ale, ze to stojf 2. 000 YiB.J0ll0ij$ a ponevadz nemam ani 2*00Ks. tak si t( 



nemohu nechat delat a musim laborovat däle je to hrozne a nevim si uz opravdu| 
rady, Nyni teprve clovek vidi, ze na svete to nejdrazsi je zdravi. * 

Co Vy stäle deläte Jake jsou olDchody? Co dela j i chlapci 
Kyni maji prazninny tak je jim dobre. Co delä Jirka? *^ak se citi Zdenko v 
manzelstvi* S nasi cestou k Väm je to nyni saraozfejrae uplne vylouceno. 

V nasem lagru je to nyni smutne nasi muzi museli jiti 
prqcovat nasilnicni präci a tak je tu näs mälo a je to velmi velmi smutne. 

Räda "bych Väm poslala fotografie meho muze a mne alw neraohou se posilat mys- 
lim ale, ze 'by mne Zdenko nepoznal zhubla j#sem se o 10 kg.Prosim Te take 
m. strycku kdyz mäs zase moznost posli mne pres Overdist Lisboa balicek moc 
bych se s nim tesila a pro Tebe to je minimälni vydaj. Take prosim napiste 
Karlickovi o mne a alf on da o sobe neco vedet, ze nemäme uz tolik mesicu od 
neho zädnou zprävu a at mne podpori k»dyz ma tu moznost. Prosim napiste mne 
obratem posty cekäm na Vasi zprävu touzebne« 



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lepsf. Proafin take mu napls, ze muz^ mne pres tebe poalat nejakou malicl oß 
Donevadz 1ä atäle ißat6 labnr»iiii o m-«rm r,^-,^«,,^'^ _ w^^^^u.., ^.-.j ._x* . ^.. 

mu l^karl. ze nemäm na ceatu tak si muzes myslet Jak mne je. Ja vim, ze ae 
na mne asl uz hneväs, ze Te atäle obtezujl al« Jö nemäm opravdu Jfcnou mozno 
Jak bych se a Karlem dorozumela a nemäm anl hal^r penez a on mne jlate posl 

le ale anl nevi ze Ja chudlnka Jaem zde. 

Od rodlcu nemäm uz velml dlouho zpräteu darf ae Jim 
prlm8.^3sJ ■: ,>D_aJivn ale doufäme. ze ae brzy uvldime ponevadz Ja bych to 
uz dlouho nevydrzela 3 myma nervama a anl moje zdravf by to .5 n. ,-. ne -, 
drzelo. 3 nasf ceatou k Väm nynf uz vubac nie nenf ale kazdooXl,'. - , " 
str^cku dekujl. ze al mne väechno obstaral a tak^ z. t, poi-o-^, ^. jeäte 
anhokräte d.kujl. Proa.m Jen nezapomen na toho naie.o .arl. ho Ihned vy^v, 
--m.3,. Jak ae darf lobe a Tvl m. roüine Jak jdou ob..ol,.. ,, ..i. „. 
Jlrka a Zdenko Jak se m. da..' v manzelstvi. Prosfm naplste mne obratem Jak 
.ou mäte zprävu od Karla tak. abych ukl Idnlla rodice a aby mne iMe .. . 
ihned n.co poalal ze Jaem v zcufal. altuacl a ze on jedlny mn. mu.e'pomocl 
ponevad. matlnka nemä tu nejmen.. moznost mne podpo.it . Ooufäm. .e brzy do 
doatanu odpoved a dobrou. 



Lfbäm Väa vsechny Vase 




Vsem vyHd mnoho pozdravu od m.ho muze take ardecny pozörav . 



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Oct. 21, 1941 



Mrs.HEnka Ponperova-Haberova 

Vyhne-Kupele, 

SLOVAKIA 



Dear Edward and Hanna J 

I acknowledge receipt of your last three 
letters and was very liappy to hear from yon. 

Last week, I forv:arded you a small pack- 
age and I hope that you have received the same in 

the meantime • 

I have been advisei that Karl and his wife 
are very happy and v;ant to be remecibered to both of 
you and also your dear parents. 

Eoping to hear from you sonn, I remain with 



kindest regards 



Sincerely yours, 



I.A.Popper 




May 7, 19*1 



trade Bank & Trust Co* 
7th Ave. 4 36th St. 
New York, N# I. 



Atti Dr. M. H. Wa^^ 



Dear Dr. Wellt 



Will jrou please foi^ard by cable to - 

Mrs, Hanka Popperova-Haberova 
Vjrhne-Kupele , Slovakla 

the amoTint of $25. OC, for which we are encloslng a 
blank check. 

Klndly flu out the amount due you for the 
entire transactlon. 

Tours very truly, 
POPPER & KIEIN, Inc. 



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Dear Hankai 

I have Seen your recent letter 
forwarded to Uncle George, and I would like 
to know whether you have, In the meantlme, 
received any notiflcatlon from the American 
Consul in Budapest. 

Hoping you are well, and looklng 
forward to hearing from you soon, I remain 
with kindest regards to your dear husband 
and yourself 

Sincerely yours, 



I.A.Popper 



May 9, 1941 



Amerjcan Consul General 
Budapest, Hunga ry 



Honorable Consul i 

On March 21 I had taken the 11- 
berty of forwarding to you an affldavlt 
as per enclosed copy, and would very much 
appreclate your informlng me when a Visa 
will be granted to my nephew and nlece. 

I would very auch appreclate re« 
celving a reply from you by return mall, 
and renaain 

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Kindly forwerd by ea' le to '/Trs. Harjta^ Popperovö-Fonerova, 
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Dear Plankai 

I prosuno that you hsve, Ir the nean- 
tlrae^ recelved my niv naii l#tter of Umrch 21, 
and would llke to know whöther everything is 
all right on the copy of the affidavlt I have 
forwarded to yoti* 

Ko doubt, the American Consul will 
find my affidavlt satisfactory, and 1 hope that 
you as !?^'9ll as your dear husband \fiil be able 
to ImiDlgrate very shortly* 

Wlth klndest regerds to dear Eduard 



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Gentlemans 

I am eneloslngi herewith| a copy of an 
affidavit whlch I have foi^afded to the American 
Consul in Budapest| Hungary« 

I would very much appreciate your assls- 
tance in thls matter* 

In the meantime, I remaln 

Tours Tery truly, 



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Mapch 21, 1941 



Mrs. Hanka Popperova-Haberova 

Vyhne-Kupele* 

SLOVAKIA 



Dear Hanka t 

I wish to Inform you that I have 
forwarded via alrmail an affidavlt to the 
American Consul In Budapest, Hungary, and am 
encloslng, herewlth, a copy of same* I have 
enclosed all the necessary documents In the 
letter. 

Wlth klndest regards to dear Eduard 
and yourself , I remaln 

Slncerely yours, 
I.A.Popper 



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Trade Bank 4 TrtsiBt Co* 
7th Ave. 4 36 th St, 
New York, N.Y# 



Att: Mr. Sohppk 



Gentlemens 



I would very much appreciate It If 
yoTi would b€ itind enough to furnish me wlth a 
letter to the American Consnl, Budapest , Him* 
gary simllar to the one you furnished me w5. th 
for the American C ^nsul* Vlenna, Germany* 
The jnessenger will walt for same. 



I remain 



Thanklng ya\x for your Cooperation, 

Yours very truly, 
POPPKR & KIJEIN, Inc. 



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Mr. J# A. Popper 
300 Fourth Ave. 
New York City 



Re: Eduard Haber and 
Hanka Maber 



Dear Mr. Popper; Lager Vyhne 

ife are in receipt oJ ? ix l ' jT. l>5i' i ' vviM — 

cur Office abrusd in vjhicli wo r-re arlced to 
coni?^ct voll iii tehu?t-f of ycui' i^elative, the 



abovc. 



In viev/ of the appnrent irnportance 



of the. matter, rr:ay ^"C s.ok you tc kiiidly call 
at cur Office as soon as pccßible. 

Very r. ine er e ly youx* s , 




for* Isaac L, Apofp.lcY, 
EXECUTIVE URECTOR 




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PRAGUE CREDIT BANK 



NEW YORK AGENCY 

67-69 WILLIAM ST. CORNER CEDAR ST. 

NEW YORK. N. Y. 
HEAD OFFICE: prague, (bohemia) 
BRANCHES throughout bohemia, moravia. slovakia 

AND AT 

BELGRADE (yugoslaVIa). BUCHAREST (roumania.) 
LONDON (48 BISHOP8GATE. E, C. 2.) SOFIA (SULGARIA.) 



TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: PRAGOBANKA 
TELEPHONE: BOWLING GREEN 9-1360 



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Mr, I.A, Popper, 

Popper (Sc Klein, Inc., 
300 Fourth Ave., 
New York City 



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In Replying Please 
Refer to 



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NEW YORK April _2_6_. 1941 



Dear Sir: 



Re: Your order of J"an.l7th - 1^0. 
f /o Hanka Popperova-Haberova 
Vyhne-Kupele, Slovakia 



-i.e.sK 1600.- 



With reference to your letter of 
April 25th we wish to inform you that accord- 
ing to infoiTnation received from our Bratislava 
branch, the money was paid to the beneficiary 
and receipt mailed to us. 

We shall be pleased to forward 
same to you upon receipt. 



Yours very truly, 

Prague Credit Bank 
TL JSrew York Ci>y 




April 2?^ 1941 



Pragtie Credit Bank 
67 William St. 
New York| N.Y. 



Att: liv. Fritz Wertheimer 



Qentlemeni 



On Jan« 1? I requested you to forward 

the corresponding amount of $50 «00 to my nlece, - 

Hanka Popperova-Kaberova 

Vyhne-Kupele 

Slovakla» 

Will you please advjse me whither you 

have received any receipt that the money was de- 



llvered. 



Tours very truly^ 



I •A.Popper 



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PRAGUE CREDIT BANK 

NEW YORK AGENCY 



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New York. 



Popper & Klein, Inc^, 

300 Fourth Ave., 
New York City 



Gent lernen s 



Ret All jtoixr a a i 1 Orders to Slovakla p 
with US prior to December 16c- 1940 and all 
c a b 1 e Orders to Slovakla placed with 
prior to Jenupry 28.1941 /except in cases c. 
wMoh you ...... been notif ie4 of reti^ rn/ 



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Pleaae be infonaad thc.t aocordlng to one regule 
«ble advice from our Bratislava br \ payees' recelpts for 
.Dove mer--^ -- \ mo Orders were forwarded to us by airme 



We Bl 



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a as sooG as th#v come 



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PRAGUE CREDIT BANK 



HEAD OFFICE: prague, (bohemia) 

BRANCHES throughout bohemia. moravia. slovakia 



AND AT 



BELGRAOE (yugoslavia). BUCHAREST (roumania.) 
LONDON (48 BISHOPSGATE. E.G. 2.) SOFIA (SULGARIA.) 



NEW YORK AGENCY 

67-69 WILLIAM STREET 

NEW YORK. N. Y. 



TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: PRAGOBANKA 
TELEPHONE: BOWLING GREEN 9-1360 



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Popper (Sc Klein, Inc., 
300 Fourth Ave., 
New York City 



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GeNTLEMEN:. 

WE ACKNOWLEDGE receipt OF THE 
FOLLOWING ORDER(s), WHICH WE ARE EX- 
ECUTING. 



BY 



CABLE 
MAIL 



Gable 



YOUR NO. 



Order 



DATED 



Jan, 16. 



FOREIGN CURRENCY 



sK 1600.- 



DOLLAR EQUIVALENT 



INC. CHARGE8 



$33.80 



FOR THE EQUIVALENT 



2^ WE have receiveo 

YOUR check 



□ YOU HAVE CREDITED 
OUR ACCOUNT 



REMARKS: 



□ PLEASE CREDIT 
OUR ACCOUNT 



VERY TRULY YOURS 
PRAGUE CREDIT BANK 

NEW YORK AG£^Y 




5^5)^ 



Jan« 16, 1941 



Prague Credit Bink 
67 WilllttÄ ^tMtt 
New Yox?k, N. Y^ 



fl;tntl«intn: 

^_ R€ftxn?lng to th# oonversatlon I h«d 

wlth you at noontüMt I «m anologln^ h^rewltti 
II oertlfled check for fSS.SO, and I would klnd- 
Jl^*'« that you forwapd by cabla th« amount of 
1600 Slovak Crowns, whloh repraaants the aqul- 
valent of $60t00, to • 



IitaTto^^oppirgra-.Habapo7»a 
^lrSn«»Kupalii 

31oTakia . 



«ttantlon» 



ist giva thi« matter your prompt 

Tours very truly. 



I#A, Popper 



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S'tatf nf »^aw Yorb 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affibautt nf giupiinrt 



S.S. 



I. 



.I?.M.?!?....^..*..J:*PRP..t?. 



City 



(Name) 



Prepaid Ticket No...«. 



residing at 088....5r«nd ...&OnO O^ 

(Street Address) 



State 



-being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) TJiat I ivas hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



.In the 



Date 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



69 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 
United States on : 

Date...*aHlÖ....ÄJ^....l©3.0. In the 

li^xi iork nvoTOL 



(County) 

number 



(c) That I declared viy intention of be Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



.iköorJc 

of my certificate being.. ..i^.MM.Y.iv. 

issued by iMolöI...Zerra..oX. 

.thQ....sr.upi.»0m«....W0.iirt 

2. That I am ...*?.!?. years of age and have resided in the United States since....*l..yC^.?.!.1f.....V.J.....*.*?.Ai.:.... 

3. Tliat the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

:i;o....J.o.ln..mg....fQp....pj..i5mMnt 

(State reasons fuUy) 

UodÄTatfi 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



4. That the financial Status of the aHen(s) is. 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for Support) 

S. That my regulär occupation is ?!üy^.O!r..tQ..? ^^0!PP.!9.?....??....i.hl.tin# MO.«. 



" --- .'. f:.!::rM3f^verage mfOSy earnings amount to %V..9.!^.f.^ • -'^ 

o. My other assets are as lollows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate ^ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ _ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ^i.f.^.^r.^öy.l?-?^» . .46. O^^^ ChlMren 



(Names and ages) 

^ »Iter 10 Pitl obert 16 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien(s) 



Josefe lißhn 



Sej 



Qltli 



Date 

of 
Birth 



Country 

of 

Birth 



Occupation 



Ilousewife 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 






to 
pm? te 



et nuköxrr.i:. — 

v«oe! Oll lovn&la^ 



REMARKS : 



That I am willing and ablc to receivc, maintain, support and bc rcsponsible for the alicn(s) mcntioned above whilc they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City. Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 

__^will be «;ent to day scheel at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuitcd to their years. 

hat the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 



and belief. 

'hat I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledae and belief, belong 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. /7 

\amnt JFurtlfpr &tatPH, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of induomg the American Consul 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives int/^e United States. 



any crime or 
are contrary 
to any si 






Signature of Deponent) 



f\f, 




Off, 



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Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 

-jand f( 



^^«t^A^^.Notary Public,/^9^nd for said County 



M- 1 684— QU A DRUPLIC ATE 



My Commission expires. 




^^Iotary 



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UNITED STATES LINES 

AffÜiawtt nf Siupport 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I ..?!öaolph üloöi^opf 



city 



H«w YwT'"'' 



residing at 



State 



1475 Popd^on v^m« 

(Street Address) 

-bcing duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I zvas born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 



State of. 



5S 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 

^':;^ir.ie*...MJß i„the 

öew York 

Üiv^cfs^rk 

of my certificate being...V»:.l^*^ 

the Ü«o» • K^TCt^rt) 



(County) 

number 



(c) That I declared my intention of he Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on: 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



(County) 

number 



issued by. 



(Court) 



2. That I am „Vr. years of age and have resided in the United States since. 

3. That the undermentioned aHen(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

VpT pQVfmnmt resldanoe In thW üiiiteä :> töte ist 



4. That the financial Status of the aHen(s) is. 



(State reasons fully) 

Uodereta 



TA (State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for Support) 

Name and addr« 

My averag^^jjJHjß^rnings amount to $ 



5. That my regulär occupation is 

1478 *oph«m ;ve* New York, ^^•'^« 

6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 



(Name and addr^u oLfifinik ^.^ 



(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 

"'if%"'^"mnm 

(Names and ages) 



(d) Stocks and bonds $ 
7. That my present dependents consist of 



8. That it Is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 

ijolln n^^^L^^ I ;;i, J»i?ch#alovftld^ 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

1800 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


A ^ 'Jmerst lielbcrstidclt 


inl% 


Cr'QCho» 


ßuölness *i«n ' 


5rothor-ln-lAw 


larlceta liolberttadt 


ea. 


iSfi?» 


GS6<lhO« 


Elousewif« 


Ister •in»law 



















































REMARKS: 

That I am willing and ablc to reccivc, maintain, support and bc rcsponsiblc for the alien(s) mcntioned above whilc they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not bc put to werk unsiiited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

!9p|inttpnt 3\XXt\\tX 0tatPB« That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 

(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
tioh^ #, Notary Public, in and >for said County, 

*^n^ Pufft: ^y « f ^ 'jf 

"^t- kii „;^j ^'"ß Cc this^i^day oi.rdMar:......y^.nA93^ 

^ ,^.r^^ My Commission expires '' *^^* ii/oi>Notary Public 

tUPLICATE ^ "^ . sj^ j 






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^f\\jße]f^ , Leo^'oLD'roe 



^ec. 1^ 1938 



Mr* S. Doniger, 
440 FoTirth Ave* 
New '^ork. 



^ear !,fp^ Donig er :- 

and am ^ru^loslrTh^^tl^ 

are In e positiop to furni^b Ik "® ^5^ ^ether you 
People. ^"^ i-urnlsh the.^e affldnvits to thene 

™de out todoy^^HmclnrUs l?\^llTo *'' ' ^^^^ 
to me* -i-^- iviTJs or whlch ig are strengers 



^Ith klndest regords, I 



am 



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Slncerely yours, 
!• A.Popper 




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Berlin« Qmnmuf 



Kidor A» Foppar 

^> residing at 

Bronx, N«v YÄlü' 

being duly sworn depose and say : 

City State 



Prepaid Ticket No. — . 

(Street Address) 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 



(b) That I was naturalized a citicen of the 

United ^^ng2 1920 

Dato ..,.,,... ..f In the 

low tork W^oroL 

IJßjji^' YÖrÜ (County) 

"" (State)" KSßTltf""' ^' 

of my certificate b^e.^ ,^. ^ 

"^.«■■Sup'iNSiÄccÄ^ 



ISS 



State of 

2. That I am years of age and have resided in the United States since.... 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 



(c) That I declared my Intention of he Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



(Court) 



(State reasons fully) 



4. That the financial Status of the aHen(s) is. 



«iiState whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for Support) 

c TU * 1 .• • napörtar i-'onn'^ 

f « "^^ regulär occupation is f. i ... 

(SUl^lOftl ^nitSnmeint8}300 FOUrth ÄVe,^'RaW York,'^«^» (Name and address of Arm) 



cupationis .^.^".^^^^ ^Opv^T % Kl#in^ IJW. 

mI^ n^JL^ (Name and address 

My average ^OTy^barnings amount to $..:.M.^Sf?..f.S^ 



6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ »—^-a» » ^-w a ^ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ."M.^.....*...:."^^.^»« ^ •«» ^^ OhlMMn 

t, ,. n "^•» !*««•. 1*5 ä^'^t>"4rt Iß 

P<lix n«u»w ^n3^ » »if »y Uopola^^ 

8. That it is my intention ^^ dSfÜ^S loJltive jny rflö^es ^whose names^^apear below. at oresent residing at* 

^» /lamvi IXii Auaüpia 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



F«lix n«u«tr 



Sex 



Mtll« 



Date 

of 
Birth 



Country 

of 

Birth 



10/g7/:|896 Aurtylja Oovt^Officit 



Occupation 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



^I^^^RHra 


^umvSSr 


^m^ 


11/16/] 


B90 


m 


H0U8«wlf« 














































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REMARKS 



That I am wilhng and ablc to receivc, mamtain, support and be responsilble for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assumc such obligations, guaranteeing that nonc of thera will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States er on any State, County. City, Village or Municipality of the Unjted States; and that anv who are under sixteen years of ace 
will bc sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years cid and Vrill not be put to work unsuited to their vears. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested/for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose QÄ?icioles are contrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to tlpe best of my knowledge and beliafT belone to anv siTch 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving inoral turpitude. JV' ^ y 

B^pamnt Ihxrtiltr ^tatra, That this affidavit is made by him for I the purpose of inducing the Aff^ißfan Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to adniit said relatives into the U^irted^t^s 




/ 



)igiu 



re of Deponent) 



ibscribe^and swor.( 
N/tary Puolic, in and 

lay of 



WTPT.TCATE 



My Commissi'on ex| 



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Felix u. Leopoldine HAU3ER, \J±en. 
6. April 1940. 



Untor Bezu^nahne auf Ihre Be\^r-ibuii/; Lm oin Einv/aiic'eruiinc^visiini 
oh ö.en Yeroini^^t(3n Staaten vrercien Sie bezuo/:':lich dor f uor'si ^^ Vnpr 
erliegendon Baar-soliaftöpapiore \/io fol;;t aufinerkcani /^cmaoht (bo: 
dors die i.iit Farbstift bezoiclmeten FunKte nind zu beachten). 



'■on- 



lo) Die Bucr^-r;johaft 



OMooAo^sBtcoa^tr 




s • « o o 9 3 e « o o « > . , 9 „ lot 1-iU GCl.lV/CO]l« 

Es stoht Ihnen frei, sich ein v/oiteres Affidavit von eine.n a>^Go- 
^Qn 3uer-en zu beschaff on . und es oinzusonden. 



lUs felilen jegliche Bevjeisdokuriento uober r'ie seitens Ihi-es Puor/^en 
im Affidavit, ^i-^mr-ehten An;-':aben. Punkte 4 und ö sind zu beachten f 

3,) Zusaetzliche Duhui.nonte sind hier ein(=;olan/:;t aber kein Affidavit« 

4,) Der Nachv/eis Ihres Buer;3en ueber sein N5lt^z;y-nk'r>iiiion ist nicht 
ausreichend. Ihr Buer^'-e koennte wie folyb Be'/uise uTTbe-* sein 
Einkornr.en vorlegen. 

a) v/enn er Angestellter ist, eine uidesstattliche Bestaeti^-un^ sei 
nes Arbeit --ebers, in \/elcher ausser der Koche sein-js Verdjenste 
noch anf-eceben wird, seit v/ann er in dem Botriebe beschaefti ^t 
ist, und ob seine Gtellunc voraussichtlich eine dauernde istt" 

b) v/enn der Euerge selbstaendi^^ ist, den Bericht einer bekannt-r 
amerikanischen Auskunftei oder eines aehnl: chen Institution, Aus 

_ diesen Bericht sollen die y^ri vaten Eiidvorüiens- und Yernoe -ens- 



verh::eltnisse klar ersichtl:xh 



sein o 



c) 



er kann sein EinPromm.en auch nachv.-eis-^n durch eine von e:noni 
beeideten Buchsachverstaendif'ien oder einen StouorbeaLiter" be- 
glaubif-te Abschrift (bsw« I^hutokopie) der an Schatzamt erlie- 
genden Irtr.t jcchriccn Einkoi-imenssteuererklaerunp 
oder durch einen Brief dos Schatzamtes. 

5.) Der Nachv/eis Ihres Buer-en ueber seine privat en Yerrnoe^enswerte is 
nicht ausreichend. Ihr Buer^-e koennüO wie folr;t Be\/eise üben seine 
\ernoecGnswerte, soweit sie fluessi- cenaoht werden koenncn, vorle/^e. 

a) eine eidesstattliche Erklaerunn; des zustaendi.^en Beamten seiner 
Bank ueber die Hoohe seines Guthabens, v/orin auch ancofuelirt 
wird, seit wann das Konto besteht und v/ann und v/ie die einzelne 
Zahlun,^en erfolgt sind. 



b) 



[yi 



eine Bestaetigun^ seiner V-;rsicherunrsf:Gs;3llschaf t ueber den 
gegenwaerticcn Barv/ert seiner Ve-.^.icherun{:;spolizzen. 

c) eine eidesstattliche Brklaerun,^ einer Banl: oder einer verr^nt- 
wortlichen Maklerfirma ueber sein Eigentum und den gegcnv/aer- 
tigen Maidvtwert seiner Wertpaniere. ■ 

d) Steuernuittungen neuesten Daturas ueber seinen Grundbesitz 
(Pacht, Lliete) sov/ie glaubv/uerdige Auskunft darueber ,'"ob'^und 
in welcher Iloehe der Grundbesitz belastet ist. 



6vf Es fehlen Einzelheiten Ihres Buorgen ueber seine Vorkehrun'-en zu 
Ihrer Versorgung. 

I a) Ihr Euerge sollte genau anf uchren , auf v/elche Weise er fu^n 8" 

f und Ihre Fa.ü:ie zu sorgen gedenkt ; ob Sie bei ihm wohn m' und" 

- von inm vurkoes-..i(-t v^erdea. wieviel er von seinem Einko-nmen 

' ersparen und ihaeri zur Verrfuegung st:^llen kann. 



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1 

der BuergL' gar nicht odfir n^ 
"'^llee er g^na'JL anfue^ire^ 
Bie AeberniiiLlL 



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c) da Ihr Dacr/;-- o:iJ-b.oiiyir,a oorvi'-;; vorf'ta'uocktan Alters int 
und das Oo3c3^3z^ vorcolirol bt , da^jn Tj..r' Li 'boaGunt erhalt faor ' 
unbeGtij.io:to Zeit - in ^^(ynlßt^cm Gn^-nzjii - ::iclio^^^cstol"i t: nuin 
inuGc, sollt .^ Ihr Bucr-o an-obon, vxlchc Vorkc3hrunp'Gii er in 
diosor Hinsicht c^-^trofi^cn iiat. 

5s ist nicht ersichtlich, in wolchon ATorvmndtschaf tsvorhacat-i- 
Siü zu den Euorgcn stehen. 



80 Ihr Buerp;e soll angeben, Tuer A^ioviele Porso] 



sorgen ha 



ic;n er derzeit zu 



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ausgestellt hatc 



oll angeben, ob und fuer wen er bereits Affidavits 



10 o ) o . . . . c . o o • r . o c . , o c .- e c . o o 3 o . - * c c • o o soll doi 1 Af f Idavlt bej trcj- 

ten und Boweis.iiaterial ueber Einkoinnon, Vcrmoegon etc. beibringen 

11.) VionnBio allein in die Vereinigten Gtaaton einv/andorn v/o].len, so 
ist fllc: auscru^chXi^hr Zustiimung Ihres Buergen unerlaesslich. 

12.) Wenn Sie allein nach den Vereinigten Staaten Pusv/andern v;ollen 

benoetigen Sie hiezu eine notariell beglaubigte Zustirmuung Ihrer 
Eltern (Ihres Gatten). 



13.) Die Buergschaft bezieht sich nicht auf 



14.) Es v/ird enpfohlcn, ein v/eitores Affidavit eines anderen Buergen 
beizubringen. Alle Angaben, die in einen Af f idavlt "gT^ma cht v/er- 
den, muessen durch Belege bev/iesen v.\.rden. 

15.) Nach^'/ei s ueber die rechtmaoGsi rc Einv;ang_ei-nri^/-' Un seine recht- 
naessige Einv/anderung in die Vereinigten Staaten nachzuv/eismi, 
sollte Ihr drueben lebender Gatte (Vater) das For^nular 5-n aas- 
fuellen und den Dopartnent of Labor, Washington, D,G. zv/r^cks 
Bestaetigung an dieses Generalkonsulat einsenden. 



16.) 



Verwandt S chaftsgesuch : (Relative Petit 
Ihr Äi"gehoeriger (Vater, I.Iutter, Ehema 
der volljaehriger amerikan: scher Staat 
vor einem amerikanischen Ilotar oder - 
rikanischen Konsul ein Verwandtschafts 



ausfuellen und dem Department of Labor 
Pruefung und Genehmigung uebersenden. 
such beim Generalkonsulat eintrifft, g 
Klasse der Einwanderer und werden sofc 



ion, Formular 633) 
nn, Ehefrau, Sohn, Tochter) 
sbuerger sein muss, sollte 
im Ausland - vor einem c:me- 
g-<such auf Formular 633 
, Vrashington, b. C^ zwecks 
Sobald das genehmigte Ge- 
ehoeren Sie zur bevorzugten 
rt benachrichtigt werden* 



Nach Einlangen zusaetzlicher Unterlagen, wie oben spezi f -* zi-rt 
wird Ihre Visum.sbewerbung nochmals zeitgerecht ueberprueft vAirden. ' 
TJrgonzon "sind zwecklos« Es v/j rd aber ausdruecklich derauf aufmr^^^srm 
gemacht, dass die Beibringung von Dokumenten, auch zu'^^eotzlichcn^''""""' 
noch nicht bedeutet, dass Sie fuor ein Vis-xm oualif izieren koonnen 



Ei£MiilLJlsJj3t^A7GK5klps^^ angefuehrten Bev/oisc^ ein- 



zn senden, dieselben seilen äriü'"i le': cnze-^ic^e^^^ 



Das Arnerikanische Generalkonsulat 

Wien 



Der Buerge soll sein Alter angeberi«. 




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Dr. Josef Faltitsohek 
Mount Sinai Hospital 
loo St*& 5 Ave,N.Y. 

( ^esidenoe:1953 Davidson Ave 
i:3ronx,N.Y. ) 



June ?^ 8, 194^0 



Mr. I.A.Popper 
300 Fourth Avenue 
JMew )^ork,iM.i. 

Dear ivir. Popper: 

It is not without hesitation 
thet I write "theae lines.For too many tiines 
I have confeepedPapdff^^he matter In question - 
without any suooess I ein sorry to say.But 
the congern I have to deal with is ^ur/?ent 
as Hfirvustipone any oonsideration. 

I received two letters today 
from my relative? Poldy Hauser to whora you were 
so kindiwto grant an affidavit which is still 
laoking in additional documents to render it 
effeotive. These letters which I heg to enolose 
herewith speak for themselves,and do not need 
theref ore^ any oormnent. * 

Wfhat I want to ask you for is 
to let me know as soon as possible if you are 
able to help these people.As you will rememher 
on the oocasion of my recent Visit at yonx's 
Office you promised me to give words to me 
as to your deoision in the matter in question . 

Please,make up your mind and write 
a few lines to my relatives whatsoever your 
decision may be.For there is hardly anything 
that may bring people quicker at the edge of 
desperation than unoertainty does,partioularly so 
if they are in such a terrible Situation. 

Onoe again I want to stress that 
I myself and both my brothers who are living here 
gladly give you any possible written assurances 
to take care in every respect of my relatives 
when they enter this country. 

G-ive my rerards to your family 
and my best regards to you 



P.S. The address of my relatives Zfisef //'aJCtitschek 
reads as follow: Felix Hauser, 

Wien 27 Zirkusgasse 29/11/13. i-lease return tb^me the letters 
enclosed if no longer needed. — 




y yours, 







ISIDO^ A- fof^et^j^ coLUecrrjoiKi 



l^.W 



UNITED STATES OF AME.RIGA ) 

) 

COUNTY OF New York ) 

) 
STATE OF New York ) 



SS; 



I Ißidpre.A.. Popper . . residing at 888, Grand. 
Concourse^ New York City . . ^^eing duly sworn, depose and say: 

1.) That I am a United States Citizen. 



2.) That I have reason to believe that, Alaflar, Horvath . 



residing at . Curi», Portugal, .b 




a CÄechosloveki«ncitizen, is in imminent danger« 

3.) That I do not believe that the activities of ^Ja^?^ . 

• Hoj?va^h . . • if admitted to this country will be inimical 

to the United States* 

4») That I undertake to keep rnyself informed concerning the 

Aladar Horvath 



activities of 



after admission to 



the United States and to inform the Immigration and Naturalization 
Service concerning any such activities, not a matter of public 
knowledge, which may appear to be inimical to the United States» ^ 



5*) That I have reason to believe in the good faith of 
Aladar Horvath 



f 



♦ in attempting to fulfill any Obligation/ 



he may assume with respect to leaving the United States at the 
expiration of any temporary period for which he may be admitted^ 
and that I shall assist him in any way possible within my pov;er 
to fulfill such obligatio»* 

6») That this affidavit is macie by me for the purpose of 
induciiig the American Consul to issue the proper Visa to the 

i^bove mentioned • Alacjar ^Horva^h .... and the Immigra-* 

i 

l^ion Authorities to admit such person to the United States« 

1 

Subscribed and sworn to before rae) 

this day of 1940) -^ 



Notary Public 



AFFIDAVIT OF iV PPORT 



COÜNTY OF HBW YORK 
STATE OF NS'*'^ YORK 



1, Isldore A« Popp«r^ r«tldlng at 868 Grand Concourao. 
balng duly awom^ dapoaa and aayt 

That I am a oltlean of tha Unltad Stataai 

Thit I am flfty-flva (66) yaara of agai 

That tha undarmantionad allan, who poaaaaaaa aoma r«ena, 
daairaa to ooma to tha ünitad Stataa baoauaa ha haa baan obligad 
to laava Csaohoalovakla and ia nom In Inmlnant da?«ar aa a refugaa 
In Portugal # 

That I am a manufaoturar anl dlatrlbutor of aurgloal, 
laboratory and ohamioal apaolaltiaa wlth offloea locatad at 300 
Fotirth Avanaa» Naw York Clty# 

That my nat ineoraa in 1939 waa I9^000«i00* 

That ray aaaata oonalat of |40^000«00» 

That I hava dapandantai my wlfa, 49 yaara old, anA two 
aona, 17 anä 20 yaara old« 

That 1 daaira to hava tha folloirlng nanad paraon, at 
praaant raaldlng in dangar at Curla, Vortugal, ooma and ramaln 
wlth me in tha Unltad Stataa: 

Aladar Horvath, mala, bom Novambar 1, 1907, in ^agony, 
Csaohoslovakia • 

That I am willlng and abla to raoaiva, maintaln and ba 
raaponaibla for tha alian mantionad abova whila ha ramains in tha 
ünitad Stataa, and haraby aaauma auoh otaligntiona, guarantaaing 
that ha will not at any tiraa baooma a burdan on tha ünitad Stataa, 
or on any Stata, County, City, ViUaga or Muniolpallty of tha 
ünltaa Stataa« 



isignad) 



Subaoribad and awom to 
bafora ma thl a d ay 

of . 19?Ö* 



INotary ISibllc) 



AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT 



COÜHTY OF NgW YORK 

STATE OF ^]^^ YORK 



That I am e eltlean of the United Stat««} 
That I am flfty-flv« (55) yaara of ag«{ 

ii p'jiiigijr""""'"""" •"* " "" '" i^toint a!sj.r« fix. 

That my net Inoom« in 1939 was $9^000 »oo, 
That my asaata oonalat of $40^000.00» 

.ona. 17 aS'lo'yi:?: oJÜ"^*"*" "^ ''^•' *^ ^*^ '^^^^ «"* ^o 

r,^— «*. «SJ* ^ äaalra to hava th« followlng namad paraon, at 
JhrSStJJ'sJaMat" ^"^" " '^■'**^' °"- '"** ^•"•*» '"^ •"• ^« 

CaaohoaloviJu!'' "°^"*^» "»!•• ^«»"» Novambar 1, 1907, In Zagony. 
.^,^* ^ •" "llllng and abla to reoalY«, nalntaln and hm 

tSfh-.???'^!™^**'**'L ■"■'"• »"^^ obllgatlona, guarantaalng 
that ha will not at any tlma baooma a burdan on tha Unltad s*«?— 

SnuId'Sta?«!*' °*~"*^' "*-^' ^"^•«" **' '^nUlpJluf J;%gJ^*"' 



(älgnad)' 



Subaorlbad and aworn to 
bafopa ma thl a d ay 

of . 1940« 



(Nofcary IHablle) 



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ib^oo(^ A.fofrc^ couuu4\T 



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1 




Honorable American Consul General, 
Vlenna, Austria, Germany 

Slr:- 



I, the undersigne 
888 Grand Concourse, 
State of New York, he 





t 30, 1939 



A. /Popper, /resident of 
of N^ York/ County of Bronx, 
depose and/say. 



That it is my des\lre to have «fy j^^jpy good friend 
Slisabetii Kandier, of \frikanerga/se 9/l9, Yi^i^^Ä-'i!^^- 



join me here for permanent residynce; 



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£.. 



That the applicant has n/t heretofore been supported 
by me inasmuch as she. was financially well able to do so 
up to the present time. Ho^ever, I hereby guarantee to take 
care of her for as long asT it will be found necessary and I 
also guarantee that she /ill never at any time become a 
public Charge; 

That due to the /resent conditions in her native country. 
Austria, Germany, sh/ wasvunable to earn her livine: there as 
she is of Jewish de/cent; \ 

That my monUily income from the business is #750.00. 
That I hay6 a five room apartment. 



That ev< 
I still gua: 
and board a^s 
more for hrer 
necessa 



though I am not related to the above applicant, 
ntee to provide Elisabeth Kandier with free room 
well as sufficient funds up to #50.00 a month or 
personal expense for as long as it will be found / 



^t I trust that the American Consul will grant my verv 
good fMend, Elisabeth Kandier, a visa to join me here for 
pemanent residence where she will never at any time become 
a public Charge and where she will have a very comfortabla 
home with me # 








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ArrliiHn«rgaa3e 9/19 
Vlenna II., ' 

Oearnany, 



December 3rd,l938 



Lieb« Lisi ! 



Beiliegend uebersende ich Dir da« 
ron Di. gowu.nschte /.fridavit um hoffentlich wirst D. 
nu™,ehr das Einwand er«„ge.vi»„ rechtzeitig erhalten. 

"•^ ^" «°'^^« «««fc r^elne li,be »am. 
recht herzlich gsgnaesst und yerbleibe ich in 

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Beilage 



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Augupt ;50th,1939 



Fraeulaln Elicabeth Kandier 
Afrika]i«rg«8se 9/l9 

Wien, XI., 

Oermany» 



I'lebes Praauleln Kandier I 



Ich koiTEne leider erst heute dazu, 
Ihnen das beiliegende Schrlftstueck zur Verfuegung zu 
stellen, welche 8 Sie freundl.an den amerikanischen Konaul 
weiterleiten wollen^ 

Ich wuensche Ihnen recht viel 
Olueck und verbleibe mit besten Sruessen an Sie und Ihre 
liebe Mama 



Ihr 



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BENOETIGE DRINGEND VERLANGTE BEWEISDOKUMENTE VON EINEM NOTAR BEGLAU- 
BIGT HILF MIR ANTWORTE LUFTPOST 

LISL KANDLER 



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Elisabeth Kandier 



Afrikanergasse 9/l9 



Vienna II 



Germany 



Born June 30, 1903, in Vienna, 



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3. Bank Letter 

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BITTE DRAHTET SOFORT DIREKTE KONSULAT WIEN UNERLAESSLICHEN 
FREIIIffiSCHAnSBRIEF DANN UN«ERZUEGLICH UNTERSUCHUNG VISUM 

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UNITED STATES LINES 

Affibautt of Bnppütt 



Hntteö 0tatfa 
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*tatr n f ^«w Yppk 

I, Md.o?....A.,...i'o.ep«r residing at .888.....0P8nd....C.onc.rn.n!M. 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No.. 



(Name) 



^^m.^.M .^o.«*. bring 



(Street Address) 



City 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



State 



duly sworn depose and say 



Date 



-In the 



City of 

County of. 
State of 



(b) That I was naturalized a citisen of the 
Dat!Ä.!.l5*...l»20 i„,He 

M.«.»....X.op.k nronx 

^3^.mtk ':T£^„ 

(State) lAÄftTl A 

of my certificate being....±?.r"..'.*.T. 

issued by...^»!?!« O Ift 1... TftWi.. pt 



63 



(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on: 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



2. That I am P.9..... years of age and have resided in the United States since.;..-^^!yieJlli.1t....Ö^....19.l3». 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

^^...^}^mmj^..B.0^nM9mM. 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial status of the alien(s) is .^^f?^.?.?.?.^.? 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 



5. That my regulär occupation is..!faPP.«fr p-4tOl?P.e..r...&....ne.ln|^....Ina« 

^••t*.*^--.1 -r A. M %^^^ •. » •••'^# (Name and address of firm) 

" #.....MV. .v.MA..v^. ^gm.m^Mmm...XQ.V^£^ My averagejWlÄKearnmgs amount to $ »vlA/#W 



6. My other assets are as follows : 
. (a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 



iiviS^^ 



(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $. 



(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of. 



^'^.''••!'«y.?rAT»«....*«...fM.^ 



(Names and ages) 

^^lt«r 18 anu ^ol^rt 16 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at • 

.4..f.?.^.^M.?».a.98«....?/W.,....yi«i|m...l 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



ilisabtth i^ndlor 



Sex 



F 



Date 

of 
Birth 




Country 

of 

Birth 



Aus tri« 



REMARKS : 



Occupation 



HouM and 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



ri«nd 



Offlo« "orkei 



That I am wiihng and ablc to receivc, mamtain, support and bc responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above whilc they remain in the 
United btates, and hercby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
btates or on any State^ County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their year 



That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and 
and belief. 



years. 



are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 



That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for anv crime nr 
misdemeanor. that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or organizat on who J nrinc pTes are ^rarv 
to orgamzed government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and Xf belong to a^such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ ^ ^ ""^ ' 

^tpmtnX JFttrtlirr ^talw. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the Aifr^c^ Consul 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the - ^^^^ '^°"'"' 



Unita 



issue visas 



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.nmission expires w;i^. 



CO 






Suftscribed an^ sworn to before me, a 
Notary PubliCj^->flnd for said County, 

this.^/.da/of./^^.^^.A^ 193^. 





Notary Puliic 



\' 



Wien, 9. /VI. 1938 



Lieber Herr Popper, 

es liegt mir schwer am Herzen, daos nun auch 
ich mich an Sie wenden mu88, nachdem Sie meiner Tochter in so überaus 
freundschaftlicher Weise Ihre Hilfe angedeihen liesseajinshesondere 
da ich vermute, dass momentan von den verschiedensten Seiten vielfache 
Anforderungen an Sie gestellt werden. 

Um nicht viele Umschweife zu machen:wie Sie wissen. ist mein Mann 
seit 21.März von zu Hause abwesend. Ich habe vor kurzem in Erfahrung 
gebracht.dasB wir wahrscheinlich gezwungen sein werden,bald nach seiner 
Rückkehr das Land zu verlassen. Daher möchte ich Sie bitten. für meinen 
«ann und mich ein Affidavit zu beschaffen. So viel ich höre, hat man in 
Ihrem Land nicht nur Verständnis für die Situation hier,8ondern tut auch 
in hervorragendem Masse alles. um zu helfen. In Wien spricht man davon, 
dass in den ü. S.A. eine" grosszügige Propaganda entfaltet wird und dass 
«3 auch Comite^Ts gibt,die es sich zum Ziel setzen,Affldavits hierher 
zu senden. Vielleicht könnten Sie mir durch eines dieser Comites oder 
sonstwie dazu verhelfen, ohne dass Sie selbst irgend eine Verpflichtung 
Übernehmen; das würde moralisch eine enorme Entlastung für .ich bedeuten 

Mein Mann Ist unter den Umständen.in denen er sich gegenwärtig be- 
findet .nicht in der Lage, auch nur das Geringste für eine Auswanderung 
.orzubereiten.Daher ist es erforderllch,dass ich an seiner Stelle die 
initiative ergreife.weil keine Zeit versälit werden darf.Ein Affidavit 
ist die Voraussetzung für ein amerikanisches Visum und dieaesfergibt 
manche Möglichkeit. öffnet verschiedene Tore der Erde.Sie begreifen sicher 
meine Zwangslage und verzeihen die Skrupellosigkeit.mit der ich mich 
einfach an Sie wende. 

ich erlaube mir nun,meine und meines Mannes Geburtsdaten mitzuteilen« 

Leopold.22.März 1879 - Lili,25.Juli 1890 - beide in Wien ..h. 

geborene Pekete ^*" geboren. 



E8 erübrigt sich wohl. Ihnen üher die Fähigkeiten meines Mannes 
nähere Aufschlüsse zu geben. Seine beruflichen Erfahrungen haben sich 
natürlich im Laufe der Jahre wesentlich erweitert und ich darf sagen, 
dass er ein hervorragender Fachmann auf seinem Gebiete ist. Seit cca. 
7 Jahren war er alleiniger Leiter des Unternehmens und hat es nicht nur 
in einer schweren Krisenzeit vor dem Zerfall bewahrt .sondern ihm sogar 
eine führende Stellung erobert. 

Bei mir steht die Sache weniger günstig:ich war bisher einzig damit 
l)efasst.dem Manne ein behagliches Heim zu bereiten.dem Kinde eine gute 
Mutter zu sein.Es ist mir Jedoch klar.dass ich in Hinkunft dieses Leben 
nicht mehr fortsetzen kann und ich habe die beste Absicht. auch meiner- 
seits durch irgend eine Art von Tätigkeit meinen Lebensunterhalt zu 
verdienen.um weder der eigenen Familie noch anderen Leuten als Ballast 
anzuhangen. Man empfahl mir.Cravatten nähen zu lernen.da angeblich Wiener 
Erzeugnisse dieser Art überall in der Welt bevorzugt werden. Da ich mit 
der Nadel nicht ungeschickt bin.könnte ich das leicht erlernen; ausserdem 
verstehe ich es. einem Haushalt vorzustehen. sowie auch Ki*der zu erziehen, 
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Lie'bffr Frsund, 

wie unendlich gerührt wmr ich über 
Ihre sofort zum Ausdruck cr-brachte Freundschaft .mit der Sie sich 
meiner 'lochte- angenom.men h>i\)fin. Y/enn ich ihnen trotzdem erst 
heute danke, so ist das darauf 2urückzuftihren,dass ich jetzt 
unendlic in Anspruch genommen war und ich kann mich darauf he- 
rufen.dass Ihnen meine Tochter sofort feeschrieben hat. Sie können 
sich gar nich-. vorstellen, wie wohltuend es in dieser Zeit wirkt, 
Freundschaftsbeweise zu erhalten. Gegenwärtig bin ich von 
schweren Sorgen bedrückt und zerbrec'-^fe mir den Kopf darüber, 
wo ich eine bescheidene Existenz finden konnte. Ich schreibe 
deshalb nach allen Pachtungen hin und lasse auch nicht die gerin 
ste Möglichkeit unversucht. 

Mor-Ten schifft sich ein intimer Freund von mir nach New York 
ein. ein Mann, den ichn nicht nur wegen seiner Charaktereigen- 
schaften, sondern .?.uch wegen seiner besonderen Tüchtigkeit ausser- 
ordentlich hoch schätze, Herr Oscar Beer, der Sie sicher 9uch 
basuchen wird. Leider Konnte iii ihn vor seiner Abreise nicht 
me-r sehen, um ihm persönlich meine Grüsse fiir Sie aufzutragen. 

Das von Ihnen so freundlich ausgestellte Affidavit dürfte 
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bisher noch keine Verständigung. Leider dauern alle diese 
Formalit^äten ungemein lange und es is. daher jeuzt noc. gar nicht 
abzusehen, wann meine Tochter ihre Reise antreten kann. 

Von meiner momentanen Situation und von der dringenden Not- 
wendigkeit .mir eine neue Existenz zu suchen, berichtete Ihnen,wie 



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, Lieber Freund, 

leider haben wir vom Amerikanischen 

Konsulat bis heute keine Mitteilunß darüber, ob das Affidavit ein- 
gelangt ist und in Ordnung befunden wurde. Meine Tochter' hofft morgen - 
nach stundenlangem Anstellen - endlich erfahren zu können.was dajnit 
los ist. Inzwischen habe ich hier gehört, dass es in xXew York Firmen 
gibt, die gerne Affidavits ausstellen würden, wenn sie geeignete 
lersonen hiefür wüsstenjdies soll auf die grosse Propaganda, die in 
Kinos, Zeitung etc. betrieben wird, Zurückzuführen sein. Sollte sich 
diese Mitteilung bewahrheiten, so müsste ich wieder Ihre Liebens- 
würdigkeit in Anspruch nehemen und Sie bitten, an einige Kabelfabriken 
heranzutreten und deren Bestreben, eine gute Tat zu vollbringen dadurch 
enGgegenkommen.dass Sie meinen und meiner Frau Wa^en angeben. Herr 
Erich Geyduschek, seine Frau und sein 13 Jähriger Sohn knmen auch dafür 
in Betracht. Ob Sie Geyduschek kennen. weiss ich nicht, er ist bereits 
25 Jahre bei der K.D.A.G.als Einkäufer (mit Prokura) tätig, ein 
besonders anständiger und fähiger .viensch. Seine Frau 'ist seinerzeit 
auch bei uns angescell: f-ewesen.Sr wurde jetzt entlassen und muss 
auch in die Welt hinaus, um sich einen Erwerb zu suchen. 

Bitte, lieber Herr Popper, verstehen Sie mich recht :nur wenn meine 
Information richtig ist, dass es Firmen gibt, die nach Personen suchen, 
denen sie Affidavits ausstellen konnten, bitte ich Sie, die unten 
stehenden ITamen und Adressen anzugeben.Man sagt hier auch, dass es 
günstiger ist, die Affidavits an eine Schiffahrtslinie zu senden, da 
sich diese - mit Erfolg - um die raschere Erledigung bemüht. 

Im Falle Sie meinen Namen bei einer der Kabelfabriken angeben, 
so möchte ich Sie bitten. ergänzend über meine Person mitzuteilen, was 
Sie ohnehin wissenrdass ich dem Verbände der K.D.A. G. durch fast 39 

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Jahre angehörte, in öen letzten 8 Jahren alleiniger kommerzieller und 
technischer Leiter dort war und dass es mir gelang, das Unternehmen 
aus einer schweren Kridenzeit heraus, zu neuer Blüte und grossem 
Ansehen in der KalDelindustrie zu führen. 

in^er unsere Zukunft weiss ich noch immer nichts lositives , ausser 
dem Umstand, dass wir unbedingt längstens Mitte September von hier 
weg wollen. Aber Wohin?? Wir bemühen uns jetzi:,auf einige Zeit nach 
Frankreich zu kommen, doch stellen sich dem enorme Schwierigkeiten 
entgegen. Sollten wir die Einreisebewilligung erlangen, so würden wir 
von einem alten Ehepaar , Onkel und Tante meiner Frau aufgenommen 

werden;ich bin aber sehr besorgt, dass diese alten Leute, die ihre 
mit 

Bemühungen dfin unseren vereinen, kaum einen Erfolg damit haben werden. 
Die \7elt schliesst sich ab, besonders gegen Kaufleute und Akademiker 
und so muss ich es besonders bedauern, nicht ein Handwerker geworden 
zu sein, da wRre mir manche Kränkung, die mir von meiner Pirma zugefügt 

wurde , erspart gebli eben. 

. r esp. meine Familie ^i"*^ 

IcfiYschrieb Ihnen einigemale (am 7.9.^d 26. Juni) und hoffe, dass 

ie alle diese Briefe erhalten haben. Heut ejdürfte mein Freund Oscar 

in H.Y. landen und es wird sicher nicht lange dauern, ehe er Sie 

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Nehmen Sie es mir nicht übel, dass ich Sie so vielfach belästige 
und bemühe, aber wir sind eben leider jetzt mehr denn je auf unsere 
Freunde angewiesen. 

Ich hoffe, recht bald von Ihnen zu hören und begrüsse Sie und 
Ihre liebe Familie unterdessen herzlichst 



LEOPOLD KANDLER 

IV. Johann Straussgasse 30 



Wien, den 17 .Juli 1938 



Lieber Preiind! 

Wenn ich mit meine-r. Dank für die telegraphische Mit- 
teilung, dass Sie auch für meine Frau und für mich Affidavits 
schicken wollen,gleichzeitig ihnen mitteilte, dass meine Tochter 
vom amerikanischen Konsulat noch keine Verständigung wegen 
ihres Affidavit hat und Sie bat, deshalb zu reklamieren, so war 
es nicht Ungeduld,sondem die Befürchtung, dass es vielleicht 
überhaupt nicht angekommen sei. Wir haben keine Möglichkeit, 
hier beim amreikani sehen Konsulat diesbezüglich zu reklamieren, 
da man sebst nach vielstündigem Anstellen keine Antwort oder 
Auskunft bekommen kann. 

Auf diese unsere Depesche erhielten wir von Ihnen die 

telegraphische Mitteilung, dass die Affidavits für alle drei 

veranlasst seien und ich kann Ihnen dafür nur nochmals herzlichst 
danken • 

Die Situation hat sich hier gar nicht geändert und meine 
ganze Hoffnung basiert noch immer darauf , dass unser alter Onkel 
in Paris durchsetzen wird,dass wir zu ihm komrnen,um dort endlich 
den Kopf frei zu haben und nachdenken zu können, was weiter 
geschehen soll. Gegenwärtig ist es nicht möglich.einen Zukunfts- 
gedanken zu fassen, da man den Kopf mit den Vorbereitungen zur 
Ausreise so unendlich voll hat. Unser Ausreisetermin, den wir 
uns vorgenommen haben,rückt iimner näher und es ist noch so viel 
zu tun und zu überlegen. 

Lieber Freund, ich danke Ihnen nochmals herzlichst für 
Ihre neuerliche Freundllchleit und bemrke noch, dass ich Ihre 



Telegramm Adresse nicht zur Verfügung hatte, da sie nicht auf 
dem Briefpapier vermerkt war und ich sie mir nicht von der 
Kanelfabrik geben lassen wollte. 

Ich hoffe, bald von Ihnen einen Brief zu bekommen, ebenso 

erwarte ich eine Mitteilung von meinem Freund Oscar und bin 
sehr gespannt darauf , was Sie beide mit schreiben werden. 

Ich übermittle Ihnen beste Grüsse von meiner Frau 
und von meiner Tochter und grüsse ßie und Ihre liebe Familie 
herzlichst ^ aiw^^^uV 



LEOPOLD KANDLER 

J7. Johann Straussgasee 30 



Wien, den 9.AII.1938 



Lieber Freund, 

ehe Sie noch mein letztes Schreiben vom 

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3.. Juli in Händen hat Gen, erhielt ich bereits die hoffnungsvolle 
Depesche von Oscar. die unseren Lebensmut anfeuert. Ich wusste wohl, 
dass er seinen Besuch hei Ihnen nicht allzulange aufschieben wird] 
habe' aber nicht mit diesem Resultat gerechnet.wie Sie aus meinem ' 
schreiben entnommen haben.bin ich der Meinung, dass Sie eine Firma 
für uns interessieren unö veranlassen könnten.uns Affidavits zu 
schicken.Man spricht hier allgemein davon.dass gegenwärtig in 
New York derartige philanttopische Handlungen an der l'agesordnung 
sind. ich möchte gerne glauben dürfen, dass dem wirklich so ist.denn 
der ^edanke.dass wir Sie mit unseren Sorgen schon allzusehr belasten 
wirkt genug bedrückend auf mich. Auf alle F.lle danke ich Ihnen von 
ganzem Herzen für Ihre neuerdings zum Ausdruck gebrachte Freund- 
schaft, die in dieser für uns so schweren Zeit besonders wohltuend 
und ermutigend wirkt. 

Leider ha. ,in Affidavit von seiner Absendung bis zu seiner 
endgültigen Erledigung einen langen und schweren Weg zu machen: der 
glückliche Besitzer wird erst etliche Wochen nach Einlangen des 
Affidavits vom Konsulat davon verständigt .mehrere •;7ochen später 
erf,ährt er, dass es als ausreichend befunden wurde und wieder nach 
einigen Wochen wird er zur ärztlichen Untersuchung vorgeladen ;dann 
allerdings erhält er - möglicherweise schon nach 10 Tagen - das 
heiss ersehnte Visum,mit einem tiefen Seufzer der F.rleichterung.wie 
Sie Sich vorstellen können.Für die ganze Prozedur muss man also.'wenn 
keine höheren Mächte walten.ungef ähr mit einem Zeitraum von 8 - lo 
Wochen rechnen.Meine "Tochter ist leider noch nicht einmal im erscen 



Stadium. der Angelegenheit .denn sie erhielt tisher keinerlei Mit- 
teilung vom Konsulat. Ich habe mir erlaubt, Sie in der Depesche, mit 
welcher ich Ihnen und Oscar danke, davon in Kenntnis zu setzen und 
zu bitten, diesbeziiglich zu reklamieren, in der Annahme, dass Ihnen 
das in irgend einer 'i/eise mötich sein wird. 

Bei mir liegen die Dinge so.dass ich unbedingt vor Mitte 
September von hier wegfahren und die Erledigung des Affidavits 
•im Ausland abwarten will.wir bemtihen uns nun um eine Einreise- 
bewilligung nach Paris,wo meine Frau einen alten Onkel hat, der uns 
herzlichst einlud.Aber auch die Einreise - und Auf enthaltsbewilli- 
gung für Frankreich macht enorme Schwierigkeiten.erf ordert hier 
und dort Laufereien und Mlihen ohne Sicherheit für ein günstiges 
Ergebnis. 



Nun will ich Sie aber nicht mehr 1 



behelligen und Ihnen 
ich Ihnen bin. 



änger mit meinen Sorgen 



nur nochmals sagen, wie aufrichtig dankb 



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Ich besfcaetlsa danlcend den 
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sich mtä TJv^'o lia'^j Pren G«»hlin in liluopzc anf den Wege 
nx::icii. AaerUa^ bcflMen werden« 

Düs Affi.davit wi!Pd6 d^-pch 
VerKilttlunG äor dortigen United States Line an äai^ ariG2?5.- 
konische Konsulat weitergeleitet und vni6P<l(ä! ich vo schlaßen^ 
daes Sie bei clex^ dortigen "vJ.S^Line vorepreclian ui, lie 
Herren ersxichen vmer-den,die ^ledigung dee Affidavit sn 
ursler^ii* 

Ihr Frcxmd Oekar hat inlch bereite 
2wel»al b68iMiht •und ist ep voller Hoffnung fuer seine 
Ztikunft hier» 

Bitte mt4clif»ri Sio alcli,lieber 
Herr ICandlor^'t^ine nmiaetzen Xopf »ebner sen.^ilt Umer 
Intelligenz ur^d ^^irfsdirttag werden Sie liier das notwonäi^e 
Fortkoaa«! flnd^m^Auoh ver. jen ^'>ie nicht, dacr. ^±^ hier 
einen alten Freund haben^der 3inan »It Rat in Jader 
Besieh'tiiig an die Iland gehen v/ird^ 

lÄs roi-»!- '■Fretnäscliaft" ist 
ein edlcp Be^iff ftaer nlch und dort wo ich a© anwende, 
kenne icli käine Schran^ren« 

f^ur kein Junssem und keine 
Sor-en l Bi© Scliickaalsloarvo wird fiier rie uryäi Ihre liebe 
Piffiiille eine derartige Rlclitung elnnehaen^die Sie todvollen 
^aose verdlanan« 

Grueesen Sie nir awieht herzlich 
Ihre wertö Frau Geaalilin, Ihr Iil'i^ea und begabtes l^ralein 
Tochter and sind Si- auch von nir recht herzlich 
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LEOPOLD KANDLER 

IV. Johann Straussgasse 30 



Wien, den 19. August 1938. 



Lieber Freund, 

wiewohl die Tatsache der Affidavits, femer die 
freundschaftlichen und aufmunternden .Vorte in den diversen Depeschen 
uns Ihre ausserordentliche Hilfsbereitschaft und Ihr verständnisvolles 
Mitgefühl zeigen, so hat doch Ihr lieber Brief vom 2. August besondere 
Freude in uns ausgelöst. Die Worte darin haben mich tief gerührt und 
haben die Wertschätzung Ihrer Persönlichkeit, wenn möglich, noch 
Verstärkt. Was Sie über Freundschaft schreiben, findet besonderen 
Widerhall bei mir und mein Freund Oscar kann Ihnen bestätigen, dass 
mein Wirken ausser meiner Familie und meinem Beruf nur meinen Freunden 
gewidmet war. Heute kann ich meinen Freunden hier nur mit Rat beistehen 
und ich selber bin auf Hilfe angev/iesen. 

Trotz Ihres wiederholten aufmunternden Zuspruchs 
"nur keine Sorgen» lassen sich diese nicht ganz verscheuchen und wir 
haben noch viele schwere Verpflichtungen hier zu erledigen. Meine Frau 
und Tochter helfen mir jedoch, so dass ich hoffe, über alles hinweg zu 



kommen . 



Die Visen für Amerika werden wir kaxom vor 4 Monaten 



erhalten können und da wir am 15. IX. das Land verlassen wollen, müssen 
wir eine Zwischenstation machen. Ein Freund bemüht sich, uns auf 3 
Monate nach Jugoslavlen zu bringen, ohne bisher Erfolg gehabt zu haben; 
ebensowenig ist es unseren Ver^vandten in Frankreich gelungen, uns die 
Einreise zu ermöglichen. All die vielen Wege zu den verschiedenen 
Ämtern lassen uns wenig Zeit; diese benützen wir für eine umfangreiche 
Korrespondenz mit der ganzen Welt. Auch daraus hat sich leider noch 
nichts Greifbares entwickelt. Ich rechne damit, in der Zwischenstation 
mit freierem Kopf und ausgeruhten Nerven eher zu einem RResultat zu 
kommen • 



Sie können daraus ersehen, lieber Herr Popper, dass ich mich 
bemühe, den Mut nicht sinken zu lassen und das danke ich in erster 
Linie solchen guten Menschen imd Freunden, wie Sie einer sind. Es ist 
mir ein Bedürfnis, dies nochmals zu betonen und Ihnen von Herzen 
dafür zu danken. 

Grüssen Sie recht herzlich Ihre werte Familie und seien 
Siep' selbst auf's Herzlichste gegrüsst 




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IV. Johann StrauBsgasiie 30 



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wir erhielten heute gleichzeitig mit Ihrer aus- 
f-ührlichen Depesche auch die Affidavits dirach die United States 
Line und muesten leider hören, dass zur Komplettierung noch die. 
Steuerh^tätigungen von 1936/7 notwendig seien. 

var t>t>9i ^^®^ wurde auch telegraphischjf durch die United 
States Line nach Neyr York weitergegeben, während wir hier die 
Affidavits photographieren lassen und sie dann gleich beim 
amerikanischen Konsulat einreichen werden. Die Photos werden wir zur 
Unterstützung unserer diversen Ansuchen zur Einreise in ein europae- 
isches Land verwenden, denn wir fürchten, dass die Einreiseerlaubnis 
nach Amerika viele Monate dauern wird. Wir wollen also, womöglich in 
Prankreich, diese Erlaubnis abwarten, da wir ja spätestens am 15.IX. 
Ton hier ausreisen wollen. Um diesen Termin einzuhalten, bedarf es noch 
der Erledigung vieler Formalitäten. Auch eine Anzahl Vorschriften 
«össen erfüllt werden, wttei mich meine Pirma absolut im Stich läs.f 
ich weiss noch gar nicht, wie dies alles zu bewältigen sein wird. 
Mein Preund Oscar ist dartiber gar nicht informiert. 

Wir schrieben Ihnen wiederholt und haben bisher nur 
diverse Depeschen von Ihnen erhalten, weshalb ich schon fürchtete, 
dass irgend ein Missverständnis zwischen uns st^».de. umso mehr haben 
«ich und meine Pamilie in der heutigen Depesche die Worte: -um sie in 
jeder Beziehung .u unterstützen, nur keine Sorgen" beröhrt und wir sind 

glücklich, daraus Ihre alte, bekannte, herzliche Preundshcaft wieder zu 
finden. 



Von meinem Treund Oscar erhielten wir heute ein auefüjirllches 
Schreiben, aus dem wir entnehmen, dass es ihnen allen gut geht, dass 
er aher noch dicht Pubs gefasst hat, was natflxlich in Anbetracht der 
kurzen Zeit kein Wunder ist, • ^ -^ 

»un, lieber Preund, möchte Ich Ihnen nur noch sagen, was für 
einen glücklichen Augenblick Sie fieute meiner Pamilie und mir " 
bereitet nahen. Ich danke Ihnen aus ganzem Herzen fm- die wahrhafte 
Freundestat, die Sie uns erwiesen haben und die so aufrichtenden, 
lieben und ermunternden Worte, Ton denen sie begleitet war. 






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Wien, 9.Septmeber 1938 



Lieber Prexmd, 



am 5 #(13. erhielten wir wieder einen so guten Brief 



von Ihnen und danken Ihnen herzlichst dafür. 

Inzwischen sind Sie von Dr. Winter übte das Vorgehen 
der Firma informiert worden und werden jetzt begreifen, wie diese 
Kränkungen zu allen sonstigen noch auf mich gewirkt haben. Schliesslich 
bin ich aber auch darüber hinweggekommen und kümmere mich heute 
nur BKxk mehr um die Ausreise und Einreise. 

Ich muss verschiedene Erledigungen abwarten resp. 
trachten, dass ich diese sobald als möglich erhalte, damit in erster 
Linie meine Tochter nach London reisen kann. Nicht viel später, so 
hoffe ich, werden auch wir wegfahren können, nur müssten wir bis 
dahin auch eine Einreiseerlaubnis haben. Die diesbezüglichen Aus- 
sichten hängen vorläufig in dar Luft, werden aber, so hoffe/ ich, bald 

greifbare Formen annehmen! eine Einladung eines Freundes nach 

&u£ 1-2 Monate 
Jugoslavien und eine vom Onkel in Paris auf längere Zeit. 

Ihr Affidavit wird vins günstigstenfalls erst im 
Monat März das Visum für Amerika bringen. Wir konnten erst im Juni 
einreichen und demzufolge kom len wir ira Febraar oder März dran. 
In das Konsulat findet man nur sehr schwer Eingang, so umlagert 
ist es; meiner Tochter Ast es aber durch die Geschicklichkeit eines 
Freundes gelungen, doch bis zum Konsul vorzudringen, der das 
Affidavit in Empfang nahm und versprach, es bis 20. VIII. überprüfen 
zu lassen. Leider ist dieser Konsul kurz darauf verset'zt worden und M 
über die Begutachtung des Affidavit haben wir bis heute nichts mehr 
gehört. Wir versuchen aber weiter, endlich diese Auskunft zu bekomir.en. 
Die gleichen Schwierigkeiten haben wir beim französischen Konsulat. 

lu« der Anzahl der Affidavits, die Sie zur Verfügung 



stellten, ist nur wieder zu ersehen, wie gerne Sie allen Bedrängten 
helfen wollen. - Nehmen Sie meine Bemrkungen nicht ils Jammern und ' 
Trauern! Sie würden stauen, mit welchem Gleichmut wir uns von einem 
Grossteil unserer Einrichtung trennen, wie wir ohnen Bedenken unsere 
wirklich schöne Wohnxmg gekündigt und wie wir uns von dem schönen 
Wien, das wir wirklich liebten, loslöen. Ich denke nicht an die 
Zukunft, weil ich gegenwärtig dazu nicht im Stande wäre. Meine Kopf 
ist ganz eingenommen von den Bemühungen der Aus- und Einreise. 
Wir bedürfen dringend einer mehrwöchentlichen oder auch mehrmonatlichen 
Ruhepause, um uns wieder mit Zukunftsgedanken beschäftigen zu können. 

Mein Schwager, Herr Weigl, hat die Absicht, vorerst nach der 
Tschechoslovakei zu gehen, für die er bis jetzt hier noch immer tätig 
ist. Auch er betreibt seine Ausreise, doch weiss er ebensowenig wie 
ich, was die lukunft bringen soll. Ir hat Verwandte in Baltimore, 
die ihn dringend dort wünschen. Dazu kommt, dass wir zwei Familien 
gerne beisammen bleiben wollen, doch können wir, wie gesagt, einen 
Entschluss heute nicht fassen. 

Wegen meiner Schwester Lisi habe ich natürlich auch grosse 
Sorgen; sie musste ebenfalls sofort ihren Posten verlassen, Ihre 
Mutter ist 74 Jahre alt, halb gelähmt und ich bemühe mich, sie im 
Altersheim unterzubringen, doch sind dort 2000 Vormerkxingen und daher 
wenig Aussichten. - Lisi muss aber doch weg von hier und sich eine 
Existenz suchen, wo und wie immer. Sie hat auch deshalb meinen Freund 
Oscar gebeten, sich umausehen, auch hat sie an zwei Damen in Manhattan 
geschrieben, die gleichfalls Kandier heissen, ohne jedoch bisher 
eine Antwort erhalten zu haben. Da Sie nun so frexmdlich sind, sich 
zu erkundigen, was sie zu tun beabsichtigt und ich ihr diesjrf mit- 
geteilt habe, so wird sie Ihnen direkt schreiben. Wenn Sie da etwas 
tun könnten, so wäre es elnyf wirklich gutes Werk, vielleicht findet 
sich eine deutsch- jüdische Familie, wo sie unterschlüpfen könnte. 



Zu Ihrer prophetischen Voraussage, dass ich mit meiner 
Familie wieder einmal recht gut und herzlich lachen werde können, 
kann ich nur das Eine sagen - wollte Gott, dass Sie recht behalten. 

Und nun grüese ich Sie und Ihre liebe Familie recht 
herzlich auch im Namen meiner Frau und Tochter 

in alter Frexmdachaft 






LEOPOLD KANDIER 

IV, Johann Straussgasse 30 



Wien, den 13. September 1938. 



Sehr geehrter Herr Epstein, 



Ich danke Ihnen sehr für Ihre freund- 
lichen Zellen sowie für Ihr Angebot, doch bin Ich natürlich mit 
Ihrem Onkel in stetem Kontakt. Seine Briefe haben auf mich und 
m«ine Familie eine besonders aufmunternde Wirkung gehabt, da sie 
m so freundschaftlicher und hilfsbereiter Gesinnung geschrieben 
waren. Wir waren dafür besonders empfänglich und sind es noch. 

Leider sind bis zu unserer Ausreise 
noch unendlich viele Formalitäten zun erfüllen, insbesondere 
die Erledigung der Steuerangiiegenheiten zieht sich sehr in die 
länge und ich kann zu ihrer Beschleunigung in keiner Weise bei- 
tragen. Wir hoffen aber doch, in einigen Wochen damit fertig zu 
sein. 

Hingegen dürfte uns das amerikanische 
Visum infolge des grossen Andrangs nicht vor März erteilt werden; 
wir konnten bis heute nicht einmal erfahren, ob die Affidavits 
für ausreichend befunden werden, obwohl uns die Überprüfung im 
Konsulat bis längstens 20 .August versprochen wurde. Ein zweites 
M*l in das Konsulat zu kommen erscheint ausgeschlossen, es war 
schon beim ewten Mal geradezu ein Kunststück. 

Nun handelt es sich für uns in erster 
Linie darum, eine Zwischenstation zu finden, was sich leichter 
niederschreiben als ausführen lässt. Es bestehen Aussichten, bei 
einem Onkel meiner Frau in Paris unterzukommen, aber auch auf dem 
französischen Konsulat war es uns bis Jetzt nicht möglich, eine 
Auskiinft zu bekommen. 



So gibt es auf allen Seiten grosse Schwierigkeiten 
und doch hoffen wir, dass sie schliesslich.« ein Ende nehmen werden 

Mit nochmaligem besten Dank für Ihre Freundlichkeit 
begrüsse ich Sie herzlichst 



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Wien, den 21, September 1938 




Lieber Freund, 

heute sind wir so glücklich Ihnen mitteilen zu 

können, dass wir rom Amerikanischen Konsulat eine Verständigung 
erhielten, die besagt, dass unsere Affidavits f-ür ausreichend erklfirtl 
wurden; ausserdem ist meine Tochter, die allerdings schon viel frtiher 
als wir ihr Gesuch eingereicht hatte, zur ärztlichen Untersuchung 
vorgeladen und sie hat auch bereits ihre Quotennummer. 

Unsere hiesigen Angelegenheiten gehen langsam aber immerhin 
doch etwas vorwärts, so dass es den Anschein hat, dass wir unserer 
Ausreise etwas nähergerückt sind. Allerdings fehlt uns noch das Wich- 
tigste: eine Sinreisebewilligung. Wir müssen nämlich trachten, in 
Europa irgendwo unterzukommen, weil wir das Amerikanische Visum nicht' 
vor Peber oder März erhalten werden. Von Paris soll bereits am 4. Au^ 
eine Einreisebewilligung für uns hieher gesandt worden sein, doch " 
konnten wir bisher vom hiesigen Konsulat nichts erfahren. ^Ixnlich steh- 
es mit unseren Aussichten für Jugoslavien. Aber eingedenk Ihrer 
Mahnung "nur keine Sorgen" bemühen wir uns, den Kopf oben zu behalten 
Als Erholung von den strapaziösen Amtswegen treten wir bereits mit 
Schifffahrtsgesellschaften in Verbindung und schon die Bilder ihrer 
Prospekte machen uns besserer Laune und verstärken unsere Sehnsucht 
die Fahrt nach dem Wunderland Amerika antreten zu können. 

ich werde mir erlauben, Sie von meiner eventuell geänderten 
Adresse umgehend i„ Kenntnis zu setzen, danke Ihnen nochmals für Ihre 
so grosse Menschenfreundlichkeit und grüsse Sie herzlichst, auch im 
Namen meiner Frau und Tochter. 




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!>•• r Mr. Kandier:- 

private natters anon-r Vhlnb wo«, -rl,!! " "''"^ 

r^«»4*^ ^ ®" sorry to ssy thßt I nm not in a 

you m obtainlnü an arridavlt. ^^ *° 

wfi«f <,«r,h I?® ^'^^^^'^ ^°^ •1000.00 (on6 thonsand) «vich 
wani sent to nie v/aa üepo^dted wlth che Colonial TruS 
Co., as you will note from the enclüfed ?e??Jr. 

p««--« "®** ^■''®®^ ^ "^11 attend to the pplvata 

nore ruuy. in the neantlme, I an wlth kln? fic,f 
regards to yo« and tJrs. Kandier, also Mr!'?:S. 



Slncerely yours, 
1mA. Popper 



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Ich bin im Jahre 19 — als Beamter in die 

KaTaelfabrik und Drahtindustrie A.G. in Y/ien XILOswaldgasse 33 
eingetreten, in v/el ehern Unternehmen Herr Leopold Kandier als Disponent 
tätig war.Dieser Herr brachte mir grosses Wohlwollen entgegen, woraus sich 
sehr bald ein freundschaftliches Verhältnis entwickelte.Dies füJirte dazu, 
dass ich bei den Eltern des Herrn Kandier ^//ohnung nahm, dort wie ein Sohn 
aufgenommen ^rde und ein Keim fand, das mir das Elternhaus ersetzte. 

Im Jahre 1913 bin ich nach Amerika ausgewandert, habe aber für Herrn 
Kandier die Freundschaft und Anhänglichkeit bewahrt und bin s'jit damals 
ohne Unterbrechung in schriftlichem Kontakt mit ihm geblieben.Während des 
Krieges war es mir eine grosse Befriedigung, der Familie durch Sendung von 
Lebensmitteln helfen zu können. 

Der .\nschluss Oesterreichs an Hitler-Deutachland hat meinen guten 
Freund von einem Tag zum andern um die Früchte seiner neununddreissigjähri-T 
Tätigkeit bei obigem Unternehmen, das et seit vielen Jahren leitete, gebracht 
und mir die Möglichkeit geboten, ihn in unser Land zu ziehen und in meine 
unmittelbare Nähe, was ich mir seit langem wünschte. 

Ich bin sehr glücklich, dass meine materielle Lage es mir gestattete. 
Herrn Kandier, seiner Frau und seiner Tochter ein Affidavit zur Verfugung 
zu stellen. Überdies gebe ich noch folgende Erklärung ab: 



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Paria, France • 



Re: Leopold Kandier 
LH 11 Kandier 

173 Rue LaPayetto X« 



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V 4* .^P eddltlon to the affidavit and ßruarenhön l 



1« 1915 I lmigr9^,^.1 to the ünine^i r;t 



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General Man- er, xihich posifclon he ac^-leve-^ ?lrr»rh vTl i««- 
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them a hone and sup^jort thsm so that they rlo rot bec^^a « 
bürden to the United States. oecome a 



Regpectftjlly yours, 
I.A.Popper 



Apr* 3^ 1939 



Mr, Leopold Kandlor, 
173 vaG Laj'r:yette, 
Psrls X, Prnnoe • 



Denr Mr. Kendlor:- 

I an her-wlth enclosin,; a letter addre^sed 
to the American Consul, md bope that vou will hsve no 
farthör diff ioultles In obtelrlng a viss. 

^^ '^'^^y Internst yo^J to Miow that T am 
orpGcting !ry rephew, V^eriko ^^nsteln nexl: nim^^oy nni I 

mi very anxloun to hf^.r^r thot he hns to nny bout 
CzeCi-oslo-zG^rlr. 

'^'P to the present tlne, I hwe fxirnlnbed 
ar. l..G^7lt:' tn "orG l:hön 70 people and furth'-r veau^^its s^^e 
;^ourlnß in Gvery day. I am try.lng my best to heln them all. 
^s.er-^ I receiVGd a very pathetic le' ter -vom h youn.- man 
fpci ohanghnl to v/hom I rlno fTirnir^hed nn rTid^vit. 

._ ^ ö^^ ^-<^^ faclng G vGry serlous problem 

wlth my pooplö snd I pray thot nothin; v;ii: happen to them* 

Scriütine ar^o I had. n let^;ep from Mr. Leon, 
v/ho nentioned thnt Foster w s to aee hin. 

^ , I ^^ ö thflt yoTa enjoyod r nl^asont birthr:fiy. 

and hope thr^t your next Blrthday and nnny* birth^^oys to follow 
yon \7ill spend in happino-^s. 

Pl^öSG r8nei>ör iie to -If? :r I'rn, r^andler and 
your daugj-ter, I an v/ith klndG?5t rognrd , 

Sincerely youra. 



P.S. 



Lagt -eek Vv. '?lchnrd Goodman, and r!r. ^udj^lnh 
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Slr:- 

I, the underslgned, I.A. Popper, resident of 
888 Grand Concourae, City of New York, County of Bronx, 
State of New York, hereby depose and say: 

That It la my de Ire to have my very good 
frlends, Leopold Kandier and Lllil Kandier of 173 rue 
Lafayette, Paria X, France, Joln me here for permanent 
resldenoe; 

That the «ppllcants have not heretofore been 
aupported by me Inasmuch as they were finanoially well 
fible to do so up to the pre^ient tlme. However, i hereby 
guarentee to take care of them for as long as It will be 
found necessary and I also guarantee that they will ne^ev 
at any time become a public Charge; 

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thelr Uvlng there as they are of Jewlah descent; 



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That my monthly Income from the buslness Is 



That I have e flve roora apartment. 



That even thcugh I am not related to the above 
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and Lim iCandler wlth free roora and board as well as 
sufficient funds up to fSO.OO a month or more for thelr 
personal expenses for as long as It will be found necessary. 

That I trust that the American Consul will grant 
my very good frienda, Leopold Kandier and Lllll Kandier a 
Visa to Joln me here for p^iwanent resldence where they will 
never at any tlme become a public Charge and where they will 
have a very comfor table home wlth me» 



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f-'ein lleb^ß I'Yaculoln Dr •Kandier ! 



Ich bekenne mich zum fitapfange 
Ihres lieben Schreibens vom 7.April und beeile Ich 
mich Binen mltzutellen^daso Ich Ihnen mit groesstem 
Vergruegen ein Affidavit mr Verfuegung stellen 
will und bitte iilr sofort das Folgende zu beant- 
worten : 

!•) Ihren aeburt8tag,Monat unci Jahr. 
^mjuo geboren. 

3.)welchen Beruf fle eusueben. 

B3 Ist anzunehmen, dass .>le ledlz.ln 
studiert haben und ein Doktorat erlangten. 

Sollten Sie Jedoch ein anderes 
Fach studiert haben,dann bitte mich glalch zu 
orlentleren.Dlese Information brauche Ich fuer daa 
Affidavit« 

Sobald loh die gewuenschte 
Auskunft erhalte, werde Ich Ihnen sofort das Affidavit 
zugehen lassen. 

In Anbetracht der langen Freund- 
Schaft zwischen Ihren lieben Bitern und mir wollen sie 
'reundl.zur Kenntnis nehmen,dass Ich Ihnen In Jeder 



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Beziehung, soweit es meine Kraefte erlauben, zur 
Verfuegung stehe» 

Bitte gruessen sie mir Ihre 
lieben Altern recht herzlich und sind such sie von 
mir bestens segruesst, 

Ihr ergebener 



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N#w York, May l^th,1938 



M«in, liebes Fraeuleln Dr#Kandler I 



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laut, beille^ndör uopie miä befremdet es mich 
eelir^aasi:. ich bis heute keine Antwort von Ihnen 
erhielt • 

, Collen < >ie mir sofort die 

nocti£;e ^^islr}^nft zugehen lassen und werde ich 
Ahnen dann recht gerne mit Gewuenachtem an die 

Hand gehen« 

-. ^^ „ Ich begi'uosse "de sowie auch 

inrG Hoben ^.Item auf das Herßlichste und 
verbleibe ich 



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New York,N.Y. 



Kew York, May 25th,1938. 



Hein liebes Praeuleln Dr. Kanäler ! 



ADrll r,i,.>.<- «-„!,<- ??,^ch auf mein Schreiben vom 23. 
April nicht rechtzeitig Ihre liebe Antwort erhielt 

weSalb^Sh'"^ ^^ Jtillachweigen nicht erkSren ' 
weshalb ich Ihnen eine Urgenz am 14.LTai zugehen liess. 
r, 1- . * . Kxopz nechdeia ich an Rle ffeachrlflh«Ti 

äni'S?^*^* H\^'' "«^«« Schreiben vom sfSJi uM 

rfo« LfJ?*" 7i^«^*^L^*'^ ^"«" ^" '^en Miechaten Tagen 
das noetige Affidavit zugehen lassen werde. 

ailhv «.««- T ^ E«*«i lieben Brief habe ich mit 

sehr grossen Interesse gelesen.und mit Hirer Srfahrumr. 
dii^ü^*.'?"^ Intelligenz werden lue zweifellos hier ^' 
das noetige Fortkornmen finden,soc?a8s keine Ursache 
ztir Beaengstigung oder Besorgnis vorliegt. 

Ich bin der lleintne.dasa in U.s A 

^ToVtl SrSaL^r ^' 5"**f" ^^ in Aj^enti^ten. 
A^-«^4v^? lch,dass Sie die Vereinigten Staaten 

^fr^J^i*'" vorzlhhen werden.Auch fuer den Fall dase 
S«Li f^l" -Itern herkommen wollten,wuerde es hier 
besser sein als in Argentinien. 

o T. -^ . ^ö" ^^^ Schlusepasaus Ihres 

unS''-«S%^^^^^^ "" Bedauern Kenntnis genommen 
und werde ich hier versuchen zu helfen. 

Plt-flT^ T««v.4. V i.^w"^ ^^^ aovU auch Ihre lieben 
iiltem recht herzlich gegruesst und verbleibe ich 

Ihr ganz ergebener 



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POF?^ h KLBIK INC 



Wien, den 1. AI. 1938. 



Lieber Herr Popper, 

Ihre lieben Zeilen vom 14, Mai haben mich sehr 

gefreut und das Intere88e,das Sie durch Urgenz meines Briefes für mich 
bekunden, berührt mich au8serordentlich;andererseit8 aber war ich unangenehm 
überrascht, dass Sie eine Nachricht von mir reklamieren, da ich Ihnen selbst- 
verständlich unmittelbar nach Erhalt Ihres Briefes geantwortet und die 
geforderten Daten mitgeteilt habe.ieider besitze ich keine Kopie meines 
Brief es, da er handschriftlich geschrieben war;nun erlaube ich mir, einen 
Auszugs dessen wiederzugeben,was meiner Meinung nach wesentlich ist. 

Ich bin am 18. Oktober 1912 in Wien geboren und studierte an der 
Wiener Universität Griechisch, Latein und Archaeologie, leider nicht Medizin; 
daneben befasste ich mich auch mit moder«en Sprachen und spreche ziemlich 
fliessend Englisch, Französisch und Italienisch.Dlese Kenntnisse würden mich 
befähigen, sowohl als Erzieherin zu Kindern zu gehen, als auch in den Fächern 
meines Studiums Unterricht zu erteilen. Ausserdem studierte ich durch einige 
Jahre Gesang und war eben im Begriff, eine Bühnenprüfung zu absolvieren, als 
die Verhältnisse hier sich änderten und diesen Plan vereitelten. Ich habe 
jedoch schon vorher bei kleineren Veranstaltungen gelegentlich mitgewirkt 
und könnte in Gesangstechnik und Stilbildung eventuell« auch Unterricht 
erteilen. Schliesslich beschäftigte ich mich intensiv mit Photographie auf 
welchem Gebiet ich ganz schöne Erfolge hatte und ein Diplom für besondere 
künstlerische Leistung erhielt. Meine Spezialität ist Landschafts - und 
Reproduktlonsphotographie.das Anwendungsgebiet hiefür wäre etwa Ansichts- 
kartenindustrie und Zeitungsillustration. Neben diesen Dingen war ich bestrebt, 
mir auch in praktischen Fächern wie Kochen und hauswirtschaftlicher Arbeit 
einige Kenntnisse anzuelgnenjum auch ein Handwerk ausüben zu können, lernte 
ich frisieren, Manicure und Kosmetik. 



Ich hoffe, dass ich in einem dieser angeführten Berufszweige in den U. S.A. 
arbeiten und mir den Lebensunterhalt erwerben kann, denn es liegt natürlich 
nicht in meiner Absicht .Ihnen in irgend einer Weise zur Last zu fallen^Sie 
verpflichten mich schon zu grossem Dank, wenn Sie mir die Möglichkeit der 
Einreise beschaffen und mir freundschaftlich beratend zur Seite stehen wollen. 

Vor einigen Wochen richtete ich ein Einwanderungsgesuch nach Argentinien, 
auf das ich bisher keine Antwort erhalten habe;natürlich kann ich von hier 
aus nicht beurteilen, ob die Chancen für mich dort günstiger wären - gefühls- 
mässig möchte ich viel lieber nach Nordamerika gehen, auch habe ich das Gesuch 
zu einer Zeit geschrieben, als ich noch keine Aussicht hatte, durch Ihre gütige 
Hilfe nach den Vereinigten Staaten zu kommen. 

Es erübrigt sich, zu betonen, dass sich meine Arbeitsbereits*chaft nicht 
bloss auf die angeführten Gebiete beschränkt, sondern dass ich vielmehr 
selbstverständlich und gerne jede Art von Tätigkeit ergreifen will, zu der 
mich meine geistigen und körperlichen Kräfte befähigen. 

Ich danke Ihnen nun nochmals für Ihre so besonders freundschaftliche 
Haltung und begrüsse Sie herzlichst 



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Lieber Herr Popper, 

nehmen Sie meinen ganz besonderen 

Dank für Ihr so liebes Schreiben vom 25. Mai. Die Verzögerung 
meines ersten Antwortbrief es war darauf zurückzuführen, 
dass ich den richtigen Postterrain nicht erreichen konnte. 
Ihren Urgenzbrief habe ich erhalten und unmittelbar 
danach eine Anfrage der Firma, an die Sie sich in liebens- 
'Jrärdiger V/eise ebenfalls gewendet hatten. Ich sandte Ihnen 
daraufhin ein Telegramm, in welchem ich Sic bat, Ihre Mit- 
teilungen nur an meine Privatadresse oder eventuell an 
das ajnerikanische Konsulat zu richten, da mein Vater seit 
dem 14.MSrz nicht mehr im Amt ist und zwischen uns und 
der Firma keine Verbindung und keinerlei freundschaft- 
liche F-ühlung mehr besteht. 

Die Art, in der Sie sich meiner annehmen, ist so 
ungeheuer rührend, dass es mir sehr schwer fällt, Ihnen 
meine Gefühle auszudrücken. Ich danke Ihnen vor allem 
„dafür, dass Sie mir durch Ihr Radiogramm mit dem Verspreche) 
des Affidavit sowie durch die freundschaftlichen V/orte, 
die Sie in Ihrem Brief für mich finden, so' viel Mut und 
Hoffnung für meine Eltern und mich geben. 

Von uns hier ist leider nichts neues zu berichten - 
mein Vater ist noch immer abwesend und unsere Stimmung 
dementsprechend gedrückt. Von einer etwaigen Änderung 
seiner Lage, die wir nun schon so lange von Tag zu Tag 



vergeblich erhoff en, würde ich Sie umgehend in Kenntnis 
setzen. Bis dahin wäre es verfr-üht ,üher Zeitpunkt und Ziel 
der Auswanderung meiner Eltern Näheres zu sagen, da meine 
Mutter allein XUOt natürlich keine Entschlüsse fassen kann 
und will. 

Nehmen Sie nochmals meinen innigsten Dank für 
Ihre gütige Fürsorge auch im Namen meiner Mutter 



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Lieber Freund, ' 

gestern waren wir endlich beim Amerikanischen Kon- 
, sulat und, dort wurden meine Befürchtungen noch übertroffen. 

Es tut mir sehr leid, lieber Freund, dass ich Sie immer wieder auf 's 
Heue bemühen muss;ich bin aber in derartiger Zwangslage, dass ich mir ab- 
solut nicht anders zu helfen weiss. 

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Die Amerikaner haben seit jiingster Zeit verschärfte Einwanderungs- 
bestimznuneen und obwohl sie wissen und es sogar scharf kritisieren, in 
öffentlichen Publikationen, dass die Oesterreichischen Auswanderer ihre 
Heimat mittellos verlassen müssen, verlangen sie jetzt den Nachweis eines 
Kapitals;überdies wünschen sie eine besondere Garan.tie des Affidavit- 
. Ausstellers. wie Ihnen, durch mein letztes Schreiben vom 27.1. schon 
bekannt ist. 

Aus der Depesche die mir,wahrscheinlich über Ihre Initiative, von 
Herrn Beer gesandt wurde,geht deutlich hervor.dass Sie das Verlangen des 
Konsulates richtig erfasst haben und ich danke Ihnen sehr herzlich dafür. 
Aber das genügt noch nicht.wenn der Spender des Affidavit nur ein Freund 
ist und kein Verwandter, ob-nM sehr häufig im Leben Freunde sich weit 
besser bewfihrt haben, als Blutsverwandte 

Das Konsulat verlangt also zu dem Machweis von Kapital und zu der 
Garantie noch eine Erklärung über unsere Freundschaft.. 

ich stelle mir vor, dass diese notarielle Dokument (supplimentary 
affidavit) mit der Entstehung und Fortdauer unserer i-reundschaft, ungefähr 
It.Beilage beginnt und sich daran die Garantie anschliesst.Es soll aus 
dem Ganzen hervorgehen, dass die Art unserer Freunds.ohaft ein gen-ö^ender 
Grund ist,für die Übernahme der in dem Dokument enthaltenen Verpflichtung 
Mein Konzept wollen Sie nach Gutdlinken verwenden oder abändern. 

Die finanzielle Seite.die die Voraussetzung für das Visum bildet ist 
.st ebenso schwierig.als sie bedeutungsvoll ist, denn man sagte mir .us- 



drücklich: Ihr Geld wird entscheiden. Es wird von mir der Nachweis eines 
Vermögenswertes von $6000.- verlangt und mit viel Kopfzerbrechen hin ich 
auf die Summe von ^4000.- gekommen, die ich nachweisen könnte, wenn einer- 
seits Herr Beer es "bewerkstelligen kann, mir die notarielle Bestätigung 
üTaer eine Einlage von $3000.- in seine Firma zu erbringen und ich dazu 
noch die Bestätigung des Ihnen gesandten Cheques von ;^1000.- erhalte. 
Ob aber der Konsul diese Ge-schäf tseinlage gelten lässt, von der bloss die 
Hälfte als Kapital auf einem Bankkonto erliegen könnte, während die andere 
in Waren umgesetzt worden sein soll, ist noch sehr fraglich. Jedenfalls 
hängt sehr viel davon filr mich ab, ich darf sagen - alles - denn es gibt 
keine andere Möglichkeit für mich, als nach U.S.A.zu kommen und zwar sehr 
bald. Die Sache ist besonders dringlich deshalb, weil die Erschöpfung der 
Oesterreichischen Quote als drohendes Gespenst vor mir steht und es dann 
passieren könnte, dass ich weitere 5 Monate oder noch länger warten müsste; 
was ich in. einem solchen Palle beginnen sollte, ist nicht- auszudenken. 

Gleichzeitig mit diesem Schreiben an Sie richte ich eines an Herrn 
Beer, der sich über meine Bitte mit Ihnen in's Einvernehmen setzen wird. 
ich schilderte auch ihm die Situation - speziell die finanzielle Seite 
noch detaillierter - umsomehr als ich auch von ihm Hilfe benötige. 

Inzwischen ist ja auch Ihr Bruder zurückgekehrt. der Ihnen bestätigt 
haben wird,wie wichtig Ihre Hilfe für mich ist.'#ir freuten uns. ihn kennen 
gelernt zu haben und bedauerten seinen Unfall, von dem er hoffentlich 
bereits erholt ist. 

Lieber Ereund,ich will dem bereits Gesagten nun nichts mehr hinzu- 
ügen.Mein Wohl und V/ehe, das meiner Frau und meiner Tochter liegen bei 
Ihnen. Ich wollte schon so weit sein.um Ihnen für alles das Sie für mich 
tun wollen. ein kräftige shakehand zu geben und mündnch von Ihnen zu hören 
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Honorable American Consul Ganaral. 
Vlanna, Austria, Germany 



Sir:- 

AAft r5' ^^n ^»^«^signad, I, A. Popper, resident of 

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jom me here f or permanent residence; ' 

That my monthly Income from the business Is |!750.00. 
That I have a flva room apartn«nt. 

T „4-4^* even though I am not related to the above aDDlieant 
I still guarantee to provide Elisabeth Kanäler Sth f?ee ^n«™' 
and board as well as sufficient funds up to leoToo a month on 

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Honorable American Constil General. 

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I, the underslgneö, I.A. Popper, resident of 
888 Grand Concourse, City of New York, County of Bronx, 
State of New York, hereby depose and say: 

That It Is TTiy des Ire to have my vnry good frlend, 
Lr* Fraiiziaka Alice Kandier, of 23 St. Stephens Gerdens, 
Da 9t ?v;lokenham, Hiri leaex, -England, Jolr me here for 
permanent re s Icl ence | 

That the appllcant hasi not heretofore beon 8\ipr)orted 
by ne Inasnuch eo sho v/es finonclRlly rrell f'ble to do so 
up to the preaent tlne# Kowevnr. I her^^by guarp.ntee to take 
care of her for ^ a lonr^ aa it -111 b-^ fo^nd nocsssnry and I 
also guarantee thnt she '7111 naver at any time b^com'e a nubllc 
che rge ; 

Thnt due to tho preient conclltlons in hßr native coimtry, 
Austria, Gcrmany, she was unnble to eam her livlng th'^r^ as 
ahe is of Jevish descentj 

That my monthly income from the bija5ne«^s is ^750.00. 

That I have a flvc roon apartment. 

That evon thou ;h I am not related to the sbove aoplicant, 
I still guarantee to provlde Dr. Franziska Alien Kandier with 
froe room and board as well as sufficient ^un^^ üp to ^60.00 
a month or mors for her personal expense for as long as it will 
"oe found necessf^ry. 

That I trust that the Amerlcrn 1|pnsul will grant my 
very good friend, Dr. Franziska Alice Kandier a vira to Join m« 
here for permanent residence ^Thera she //ill never at any time 
become a public Charge and whera she will have a very confortable 
home with ine# 

TJp to the present tiae I havo furnlahed such guarp.ntee 
only to her perents who are now located in Paris. 



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Uy öenp friend:* 



I fin le^' v;lt1, miclosjng «11 ^l>6 
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Form 10. 
THE FOREION SERVICE 
UNITED STATES 'oF AIvIERICA 

American Consulate G-eneral 
London England, -^q-. 



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Sir (Madam) : 

The Consulate G-eneral has carefully considered the 
eviclence which you have presented in sunport of vou- visa 
application; but on the bani^ of the evidence subm^tted it 
is unable to determine that you are not likelv to becorre a 
public Charge for the reason that there is no^ c] ear indi ca 
tion as to how your Sponsor Px-oposes to assist you in vour 
endeavors to establish yourself in the United States. ^ 

Therefore, it ic suf^gested that: 

1. your Sponsor might care to outline exactly 
what Plans have been or will be made for vour econ-^ 
omic rehabilitrtion following admission into t^-e 
Unitea States, citing particularly the extent to 
wnich he is prepared to as3ist you in a business 
venture or alternatively to contribute to your Sup- 
port for what might be an indefinite period of time; 



2. 



he might also care to touch upon the reasons 
which prompt hin to undertake the bürden of assist-- 
m^:- you financially in the absence of a lep-al or 
moral Obligation to do so; 

3. moreover, it would be helpful to a further 
consideration of your case if your Sponsor would 
give the names, ages, present whereabouts, and 
economic conditions of any other visa applicants 
he has agreed to assist. 

The additional evidence, conteraplated in the above 
suggestions, might advisedly be subraitted in the form of 
an a.ffidavit, duly executed before an officer in the 
United States empowered to administer oaths, and supported 
by sucxi evidence as the affiant might care to präsent. 

Very truly yours, 

For the Gonsul G-eneral: 



American Gonsul 



(FORM B— 1937) 



EVIDENCE OF SUPPORT 
IN CASES OF PERSONS DESIROUS OF JOINING RELATIVES IN 

THE UNITED STATES. 




A. AFFIDAVITS. 

In the case of an applicant proceeding to join one or more near relatives or a fiance in the United States 
upon whom he or she xvould be dependent for support, it is suggested that an affidavit. as described below be 
prepared in duplicate by each of such relatives and legally executed before a Notary Public. It is emphasized 
that, in general substantial weight can be given to the affidavits of very near relatives only, as it will readilv 
be understood that ittle or no moral responsibility for an immigrant can be or is attached to distant relatives 
or mere Inends, unless special circumstances meriting consideration are fully explained. 

To be most useful, relatives' affidavits should cover the following points : 

1. The name and address of the Sponsor and a statement of his relationship to the alien. 

2. The citizenship of the Sponsor and, if he is an alien, the place and date of legal admission to the 
United States and the name of the vessel that bore him to that port. {See also Section C below ) 
If the Sponsor is an American Citizen, he should State how citizenship was acquired, whether by birth 
or naturahzation in the United States. A naturalized American Citizen should State the time and 
place of naturahzation. the name of the Court that naturalized him and the number of his naturahzation 
certificate. 

3. The yearly salary and the yearly income of the Sponsor, supported as described in " B " below. 

4. Amount of present bank deposits. 

5. Market value of other property, including Stocks, bonds or real estate. If there is an encumbrance 
on the real estate, the amount should be stated. 

6. A Statement as to whether the Sponsor has dependants and, if so, their sex and ages. 

7. A Statement as to whether any sort of employment has been arranged for the applicant. 

8. An assurance that the Sponsor is able and willing to support the applicant for as long a time as necessary 
and a solemn guarantee that the Sponsor will not permit the applicant to become a bürden on charitv 
or a public Charge if admitted to the United States. 

9. In the case of a liancöe, a solemn declaration of Intention to marry immediately upon the arrival of 
the fianc^e in the United States. 




B. CORROBORATIVE EVIDENCE. 

In support of the affidavits, there should be submitted letters in duplicate from employers bankers or 
other responsible third parties in a position to know the facts. confirming the various allegations concerning 
the financial capacity of the Sponsors. 

For instance, in the case of an employed person, the employer should submit a letter stating how long the 
employed person has been with the firm, the salary received, and whether or not the employment so far as can 
be foreseen, is regardcd as permanent. If the employed person claims the possession of bank deposits, he should 
present a letter from his banker stating their amount and also the length of time that the account has been 
carried at the bank. If he has real estate, the tax receipts may be exhibited. If income is derived as owner of 
a business, a credit report on the Sponsor 's earnings therefrom may be furnished from Dun & Bradstreet or 
some other financial agency. Copies of recent income tax returns are also acceptable evidence. 
Unsupported affidavits are not acceptable, and can be given no weight. 



All documents should be sent to the applicant (not to the Consulate General) for presentation by 
the applicant himself at the time of his personal interview. 



C. VERIFICATION OF SPONSOR'S LEGAL ADMISSION. 

Alien residents in the United States who desire to assist their relatives to emigrate thereto must prove to 
the satisfaction of the Consulate General their own legal admission for permanent residence into the United 
States. 

It is suggested that such ahens obtain advice as to how this may be done from " The Chief Immigration 
Officer " at the nearest port of entry or large city in the United States, or from the Department of Labor 
Washington, D.O. ' 



Unless the foregoing directions are fully understood and complied with, applicants for visas for 
indefinite residence in the United States virill meet with disappointment or be subjected to delay. 



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I. .. liMPT.../^ .•... P0pp«r 

«, V - (Name) 

.».«.l...*.örte. H,Y,. 



residing at 



808 Irrend ^^oncourn« 

(Street Address) 



City 

1. (a) lliat I ims born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



State 



•being duly sworn depose and say : 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 



number 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 

^:»^:?i;i, JlSap :„ ,He 

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Ne^^^*3fbl4C (County) 

of my certificate being*^*'.S7l6 
issued by.i!MPi?l....!^.ria Of 
State of **?^?-.J^Prom.J^^ 

2. That I am ..65 years of age and have resided in the United States since ^^':^..^....'^.»....'i?.^^ 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

P«rBl«f|«iit ÄfiMifnftÄ 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is MOCi.OTil.tsii 



(c) That I declared my intentton of he Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent 'ön'you'fö'r'suppört) 

5. That my regulär occupation is .r®P.f'?Lr.?.? ^^PI>f? ^ \'%ln lr>0 

^ ^ , ;• • '■ ^-^ >.«.. i»V« ......II.OW.....lSfy avlrage|M%e^nings amount to ^.Jt.QOQ.t.OO 

o. My other assets are as follows : ** rulUli X 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ ^ 

7. That my present dependents consist of...I^^^*.!.!®'*^.**^."j^^ 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at • 

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come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



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Sex 



Date 
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Birth 



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Occupation 



Relationship 

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Deponent 



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REMARKS 



That I .m willing ^"'l ^' ■" "".ve, ma.n.a.n. suppor. and b« rcsponsibl« for the alien(s) men.ioned abo ve ^m^Z^r^Z^ZZ 

wm b. sen. .0 dav scboo, a. Lst Li, thT aÄ^'L^f^ol^anÄ „^te^^^ ^ÄÄ ^^^" °' ^^' 

^^U!!\^tr ■"">"°"«<> ■•«■atives are in good health and physical condition and 



and belief. 



are sixteen years cid and will not be put to work unsuited to their 

are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threateo^ with nr .^ r 

misdemeanor. that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with an v P-rnL nr^^ • ^- o^^^^^ested for any crime or 
to organ zed government, nor do the above mentioS reht^ves to the S ^of ^v l./^T!f^*'°" 7^^°',^ principles are contrary 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted ofX crime in voWL'^'^ >^owledge and behef, belong to any such 



-, TC Ä ^"^ crime involving moral turpitude. 





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(Signature of Deponent) 



Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County, 



this. 



•day of A.D. 193. 



kl 22— QUADRUPLTCATE 



My Commission expires. 



Notary Public 



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Administration des Postes des Etats- Unis d'AmMque 



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obe filled in by the «ender, / X^A V"^) 

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a (Place of desf ination, in large characters) 

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'expediteur. 

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



ß— 11654 



p^LASs OF Service 



This is a full-rate 

rdegram or Cable- 

-'ram unless its de* 

'ferred character is in- 

dicated by a suitable 

I Symbol above or pre- 

ceding the address. 



R. B. WHITE 
PRESIDENT 



WE S TE RN 
UNION 



1201 



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NEWCOMB CARLTON 
CHAIRMAN OFTHE BOARD 



J. C. \A/IUI_EVER 
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT 



SYMBOLS 



DL =Day Letter 



NL - Night Utter 



LC-DeferredCable 



NLT-Cable Night Letter 



Ship Radiogram 



PM iS 09 



fhe «ling ttoe shown in the date line on Wep-ams and day lette« b STANDARD TIME at point of origin. Time ot receipt i. STANDARD TIME at point ot destinaUoi 

Uceived at 420 East 149th Street, New York 

NAB91 VIA RCA=CD BRATISLAVA /8 10 1/1640» ^^^ '^'^^ ' 
LC POPPERN 

888 GRAND CONCOURSE NYK= 

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AFFIDAVIT DOSIEL SRDECNE DAKUJEMr. 



,:888 SRDECNE DAKUJEMrc 



THE COMPANY WILL APPRECIATE SUGGESTIONS FROM ITS PATRONS CONCERNING H 



Mc^r. 2^^ 1939 



Dvm K* Konst' ntlnowsky^ 
Bei fp.tejovs 4, 
Bratialsvn^ Czochoslovökia, 



Decr .jVm Konat nlnov/sky:- 

Spaet aber doch, 

Dy the time tbls letter ronchas youp 
I hope thft ;'0 .7111 bnve 1>^ the me' ntlTne rccelved 
my Affidavit and thf^t a visa will be grrmtcd tou 
as soon as posslble« 

I toke thlo op ortunlty to acknov/edge 
receipt c£ jour iQtters of Jan* 26, and Peb» 15, 
and would klndly ask that rou enli(;htön me in rngnrd 
to the rubber threeds whlch are mad6 in vS-itzerland 
as I an not acqiiaintQd wlth this proposlt on^ Bnd my 
bro>?!f»T did not *:^11 me anythl ng nbout it. ^V brother, 
rjeorge Popper, 31 Union Square, 1)6«; York City, hBr. in 
the nenntinc retuTTied to the good olcl ünitcri ^tfites, 
and at pi-^sent is on the rond, 

^'lense bear in mind thnt I an thf? soir 
ormer of Popper & rvlein Inc., and since 1931 ;.T^ Klein 
has not been connected with me* I further wig^ to nay 
that I h ve no buslness connsctione v/itv vrj brother 
as he Is in the dental lina, and I am specia"? Irving 
in scier.ti^'ic instruirif^nts, and expo^^tini^ o^' t^ • »^nterial 

Hooing to have the pl'^nnure of be'^rin- fron 
you soon, I am with kinde-^t r^ga da. 



Sincerely yours, 
!• A.Popper 



BMQUAL 8ERVICIS. 



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ISfDOR A. POPPER 

1937 

CONTRIBuflONS 



Central Synagogue 

Zionist Organization 

American Red Gross 

^Jewish National Fund 

Disabled American Veterans 

United Ra lest ine Appeal 

Israel Orphan Asylum 

Feder ation 

Home of Old Israel 

Hebrew Inst, of Iniv* Heights 

Teraple Inst, of Uhiv. Heights 

N.Y. Tuberculosis Ass'n 

Miscellaneous 



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11.00 
10.00 

8.5Ö 

5.00 

80.00 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 

10.00 

15.00 
5.00 

16.00 



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(Bne (w) tiniet Kne (x))- $ $ ^ . |L. 1 |.. 



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^ cnjEarioNs 

1 . State your prndpiJ oeci^MtiQii or profuMun . E?flKVUvt„ 3. State name of husband or wife if a separate retwti ivm madtL 
^ ^ , . , inci the CoUector'i ofice to whicb it wat eent 

2. OMck wlMther you are a dtaen Q or rendent aHen D 

3.tf,oufWaretu«fortheprecedin.year.towluch <^ Ch^jlgb^ 

ofice was it tent? If *?x..M!!5!!li. JitXt 7. Did you at any time duriof your taiabk mf own i 

. Are ite«. Ol inc«e or deductio« of both hurf^nd aiid wife i:^"^' '^ ^ ^^*T^.-4«^^^ "** 

induded in thi, retum^ (See btructic. B) .. g^ili^Su ^.Z. ^2si'S:r:r a? ^ ^ 



AFFIDAVIT. (3m iMtnwUoa F) 



IWnu. Acu rf IW «Kl 1937 «rf the «rJrti« i-«.dÄS^ 

I 

SiAecriiiedandiiiwnmtnhy !• ^»^Po 

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I. H. UtfonnndbCo. 



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n ^ Bratislava, 15,II. 1939. 

Sehr ^(•ehrtftr l^tTr\^o-^j)^.r ^ 
^ Leider habe " ©h seit unserem Beisammensein in Prag am l<^^.I«.^ar nichts 
ehr vor Ihnen ffeh;rt«!/ein Vetter Nadler sehreibt mir rwxr immer von Ihrem 
Bruder, welcher sich in meiner , leider so schrecklichen Sache sehr bemüht 
and welchem ich unter einem gleichfalls schreibe, Haben Sie denn nicht ein 
gemeinsames Bure an? 

Ich nehfle ari,dass Sie meine Briefe vom l.^.und ^6*1. erhalten hah^^n und 
Jcamn Ihrem niijiiiehr noch Näheres über die Cr:imraifäden berichten. Ich hatte 
seither Gelegenheit die Fabrikation in der Schweiz zu sehen wvA. habe auch 
mit den Leuten gespr chen.Sie wären bereit, dl Fäden zu exportl ren und 
gleichfalls habe ich mit dem Lizenzgeber gnsrrochen, der mir gleichfalls 
ziagesaf t hat,dass er ^.e,r. Export in die USA ^.^r Schweizer Firma freige- 
ben kann .Jetzt handelt es ? ich also darum festzustellen, ob dies aus Zoll- 
gründen möglich ist und ob Sie über die nötigen Verbindungen in den ent- 
sprechenden Abnehmerkreisen verf üg-^n.Wenn beides der Fall ist, dann kann 
das, wie Ihnen schon bap»erkt,eln Bombengeschäft sein, denn es koF.nen iinge- 
helere .Quantitäten in Frage. Ich möchte Ihßen also doch nahelegen sich mit 
dieser Frage zu beschäf tigen^Falls Sie aber aus Irgendeinem Crrunde nicht 
interessiert sein sollten, danii bitte ich Siv'^^ ^leichfalJs um Nachricht, 
Ich nehme an,dags Ihnen Ihr Neffe inzwischen berichtet hat, was Rieh 
hiv3r im Allgemeinen ereignet hat. Vor kurzem hab-n wir in neues ilesetz 
bekommen, dessen genauen Inhalt Ich nicht kenne und lib^r welches dl? Zei- 
tungen folgendes ber^ chtnn.Es werden alle Startsbürgerschaften einer Re- 
vision iTterzogen.vrelche auf arund ^^,r Einbürgerung e^r-^eilt wurd-n,anch 
wenn dies<*lben schon ^0 Jahre alt sind, bis auf gei^jsse Ausnahmen .Nach wel- 
chen Grundsätzer die? geschehen wird steht offenbar nicht im Gesetz e, wenig- 
stens berichten di^ Zeitungen nichts darüber. Wenn die Fxevislon ergeben 
sollte, dass die Staatsbürgerschaft wieder aterkrnnt werden soll, dann ver- 
liert der Betreffende augenblicklich seine csl .Staatf^bv.r.''ers(vhaf t und muss 
mit sein n Angehörigen das Land binnen einer Frist verlassen, welche in der 
Regel nicht kürzer als 1 Vonat u|\d nicht Ir.nger als 6 1 onatc sein wird. 
^uf meine Person angewendet »heisst das, da Ich auch durch Naturalisierung 
Staatsbürger geworden bin,da8s die schlaflosen Nächte, welche ich wegen der 
Staatsbürgerschaften v r bracht habp,dift.ich ohne meinen ^Villen innerhalb 
Vonaten besessen habe.ngch nicht genügen. Es kann mir noch blühen, dass' 
•^ als Staatenloser die 6SR verlassen verde. Sie können sich vorstellen, 
che Fülle von Sorgen diese Möglichkf^it mir wieder gebracht hat und wie 
daher um die Affidavits sorge, denn ich möcht'- das bestimmt noch in der 
erledigen, inweicher kein Zweifel über die Staatsbar.c:erschaf t besteht. 
Vetter schrieb mlr,dass irgendwelche Äff idavlts unterwegs 5!ind und ich 
• mit Sehnsucht auf dieselben .Er schrieb mit aber nicht, ob oder d'ass er 
[hnen gesprochen hätte, Bitte schreiben Sie mir doch e'n ^aar Zeilen auch 
'er. 

1 den besten Gri ssen und bester Dank im Voraus 

Ihr ^rr ebener ^ ' 

/ ^v^' 



Sehr geehrter Herr Popper, 



Bratislava, 15, II, 1939 



Mein Vetter Nadler beriehtet mir über die vielen Mühen, welche »c.Sie 
beide mit meinem S«hieJc3al haben,Wie es momentan mit mir steht, hat Ihnen 
vielleicht Hr. Nadler schon berichtet. Wenn nicht, finden Sie einen Ausschnnt 
aus Dielnen letzten Sorgen im beiliegenden Briefe an Ihren Herrn Bruder .T>a- 
von ganz abgesehen habe ich noch grosse Sorgen mit der Fabrik be7.w,v«'e;'en 
der Zukunft.Kein Vetter sehrieb nir.dass Sie so frdl.waren und s^ch an 2 
grosse Fabriken und einen bekannten Physiker wenden wollten. Haben Sie schon 
irgendeine Antwort bekommen? 

Mir ist die Konstruktion Ihrer Firma nicht mehr so genau in Erinrarunar 
aber wenn ich nicht irre, waren Sie früher beide BrUder mit Hh, Klein bei- 

lfr^r„!t= J^'-f^*^^ ^!* """e^^" Zeit.J« welcher ich in der USA war, aus Ihrer 
Firma ausgetreten, so dass Sie nur nehr(zwei Brndfir)in der FJrma bllehenW^h 

illr..l «L?'**''/i***^* im gleichen Bliro wäre. Ich habe,«.8ehr geehrter Her^^ 
Popper.schoJi so viel von Ihren guten Taten In Oesterreich und in der CSR ge- 
»5^^«kL^ ""'^^ zunächst einmal garnieht an Sie wenden wollte, weil ich 
TrLr^!?! : f "^ Sie schon mehr als Ihren Teil getan haben und ich mir schon 
Jl^^hf ^u;'^,e''*^^?^^!''** ^'""^ kann. ihr Hr .Bruder hat Ihnen vielleicht 
darüber erzahlt.Kun s+ellA es sich aber heraus, dass i«h nicht viel' ZeJt zur 
IJeberlegunghabe( siehe Statsbür gerschaft im Briefe an Ihren Hn. Bruder )unä 
jede Hilfe in Anspruch nehmen muss,auch wenn ich Sie damit über die Gebühr 
himaus belästige. Ich danke Ihnen Jedenfalls für alles, was Sie bisher für mich 
getan haben und bitte Sie vielmals, auch im Kamen meiner Familie alles Mörli- 

* w^l^To'J",**^^*^'"f" ^^^^ i^eiaen Vetter weitgehendst zu unterstützen, damit ich 
nach USA kommen kann, * 

Ich nehme an, dass Ihnen Hr.Lang bereits geschrieben hat, wer ich als Mensch 
bim und wie ich mich vorher, fJLs ich dies eben noch konnte, um andere reso^-rt 
habe 80 dass ich vielleicht einen moralischen Anspruch auf die Hilfe anderer 
erheben darf, wenn es so etwas überhaupt gibt. Im Übrigen hoffe ich ja doch 
noch immer, dass Sie sich davon selbst werden überzeugen können, wem ich hln- 
uberkomme.denn Sie können es mir glauben, dass ich mir nichts sehnlicher wün- 
sche als alles das zurückzugeben.waa Ich an guten Taten und ar. gutem Willen 
also auch von Ihnen in diesen, wahrscheinlich schwersten Zeiten meines Lebens 
erhalten habe, "<=iio 

Mit den besten Grüssen und vielen Dank und der Bitte sich auch in Hin- 
kunft meines Schicksales anzuneheen 
Ihr sehr ergebener /-/ 



-, , ». ^ ^ Bratlslarn^den F,6, 1.1939, 

Sehr geehrter Herr Popper, 

Gestern wai- Ich seit unserem Beisammensein das erstemal in Wien und hi 
sofort die Crelegenheit wahrgenot^men um mioh wf;gen der Gumnlfäden iv erJrundi 
Ich glaube, deF8 ich mich in KsiKK meinem Schreiben an Sie nach Pra^ reelle' 
zu bescheiden aiisf:edr^i<jkt habe, denn nach dem GesDraoh mit dem Fachmerne in 
muss das in IT3A ein ungeheures Geöchäf t sein unl wenn es Ihner ^elir,^t,dR " 
einen kleinen Teil zv erwischen, dan kann das möglicherweise e^n Bonbergea 
für Sie sein. Die Belief Ärun.- int JedenfHlls fvia 1er f^chveir:; möf-] -»ch^ ''orthii 
ich auch giite Verbin'iun^«^n) .Si - m^'sstttii nur f e-tgtellen,ob auf ^solnh^ G-inm 
Zoll ist und wen ,1a welcher. Bei einen. Zoll von sp^f^n wir 10 et?; ]-^^ kg ^^t 
ohne weiteres za machen. ^erdrn Sie die Beziehungen zur v^rarhej t(*n^en Tnd;iJ 
finden?(Är2eufrer von Crunmibändern, elastischen fjtoffrn etc)'^Tn dies'»- TTinai 
habe Ich mich Jed>rfftJlp auf Grund meiner perr*>lnIioh^n J^rf ahrun^ni ?^^f ^f^n 
punJct ße8telIt:Popper !-an i alles.Bitte .^e- en .«"ie in ei^<=nen Int^respe d^e<. 
uachf r8ch;wen'i meine Ahnungen zutreffen, handelt es sich hi(^r u.q .^eit mehr 



*r'varte pi^so Ihr*^ Nach^l<?ht^rn J\'n es nochiial.q zu 
mde >*ftden( nicht vierecKi^ft^von bester rrimlität. 



nochiialfj zu ^iede^«! 



Sie sJch denk-en#Ich e: 
es haTvielt sich uia rii 

Bezgl» Affidavit sfihfi ich Ihren Nachrichten entt^e^en,d.le natrirlioh h 
noch nicht da sein können. Ich rechne aber jedenfalls dai^it^dasr^ ir5h,falig 
Sache in An:erii:a all right ist, eine /^achriciit auf Bchn^llr^te.-n 'A'e^^ beJcomüe 
der habe von mein^^m Freund und Kousin seit dem i;i ,XII .l'^38 g h r x e i ii 
Üfachricht^was mich schon Mvynn nacht, weil drt etwas nicht in 'ordnui:^ sein 
loh schreioe heute wi. dr>r an ih . und er^'ich«^ ihn doch ^fver zu nchr.:^tbcn.' 

Indes ich Sis bitte Ähr-^n Hn*>'vl«-^ bertei^^ zu ^rMcr,^~fr und Sic ii*^2.i 
tens ^rllstie^i^ehe ich Ihr?»;i Frichricht^n nit rrop^pen Inte-^-^ftf^e ent£;<>^?,n, Ihr 



erg 




]>r •K'^Kons oartinow^ky 
.8cl Matejova 4 

Br a t i^l avn » G z eo hos l ovaki a 
Europe» 









of Amt rira 



UNITED STATES LINES' 

Affibaml nf Btxpmtt 




S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, Ifldor A^ P^ 



(Name) 



City ■•* 



State 



residing at 



.being duly sworn depose and say : 



SM ir«nd ConcnursQ 

(Street Address) 



1. (a) That I was hörn a cithen of the 
United States on : 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 
United States on; 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

Cüunty of. 
State of 



63 



Date 



«88. 1920 



In the 



Ä«w ^^örk ic^i^) 

■■" (stat<ö 1420716 """'^"^ 

of my certificate being.. '^^ 



issued by 

:h6 supr«M Cöärt 



(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on: 
I^ate In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



(County) 

number 



2. That I am years of age and have resided in the United States since.... 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 



issued by 



(Court) 



4. That* he financial Status of the ahen(s) is. 



^^ (State reasons fully) 



(State whether or not the applicant is'depeiide'nt on'yQy f.Vr'suo^^^^ 

5. That my regulär occupation is....«??.PP?*?W tßPP^^ « -^IäIh XflO« 



^^r&%C^lJb^tr^ FrnirttX AVU.laV ^OrkA.*"' XXX (^a^e and address ofAr^ 

. ., ,^ , -^--W^-»VV«#.P.«W... *Qr«My averageJggV eynings amount to $ ^fOOOtOO 

6. My other assets are as follows : HZUlUflx 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ ■.. 



average wgFnj eynings amount to $. 



Yea.^ ■ f„„ ,entals of Real Estate $ and tha. the encunibrance on sa.d property. if any, amounts to $ 

(d) btocks and bonds $ 



7. That my present dependents consist of...!^l^.ft|.....T.^Ätllln« 46 •||Ä t^O ejh ll'^r i|| 



8. That it is my imention and desireto have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at^ 

'^^■■^^'^J^^...-..*f-...'^ 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become seif- 



Name of Alien(s) 



r • ^. • :MtiB trm tlnowsScy 



Id« Komtijntlnowskjr 



Sex 



J..? 



al« 



TtVm Konstntlneiragy Fem 



Date 

of 
Birth 



REMARKS 



supporting. 



Country 

of 

Birth 



Austria 



Ce«oho 



Ce«cho 



Occupation 



hyslelat 



Jiouae vrlf « 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



FMinl 



rlend 



States or on any State, County. City. Village or Munidpalitv oT?hfun^^%l'^''" '^'"u*' *">' '™« l""™ » bürden on the United 

will be sent to day school at least 'until thfv are sSeerv^rs old and w^ J.^ l"' T^ "'''.^""^ *''° »" ""der sixteen year! o f a« 

That the above mentioned relatives are in eood health InH T i ' P"* '° "^"'^ ""^"'"d '° '^eir years. ^^' 

and belief. ^'^ "ealth and phys.cal cond.t.on and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

'"'''n,isdTn,ea"no?,'ThTt^ fX not "belo'nT-to'nl^^rnn"' ^^ •"""= ""^ f 'h ^"^.''^ "-" «"-'-«• with or arrested for anv ' 

to the above mentioned relatives and the^Älo'^ Äorls^To ^l^S'^^^!.'^ ^^^ Consu, 

/ 




/eJ^ 




(Signature of Deponent) 



Subscribed and sworn/o before me, a 
Notary Public, in and/for said County, 



this. 



•day of A.D. 193. 



M-2122— QUADRUPLTCATE 



My Commission explres. 



Notary Public 



M t.^ ^^ ^ 



^<A\/i , OTA 



Vf\ 



ISIQOK. A. fv/ni/^ CoLLecnotJ 



/75^ ~ HQ-y 



.^»T-i- 



/ 



January ^.3,43. 



Ane ican Red Crose 

36th St.& Lexlngton Ave,. 



öenticnon, 

. I have ray moth^er and brother In ^rague.but I 

have b.^en Inl'orrred In June ly42 that both h^Ve been 
d-'port^d to Mn unkno^vn dt^ßtln tlon place, I T^'ould ask vou 

I "ould be able to -en.i thein raoney or food, 

The nanoß arc: 

Ludiüll Kre;Uß,mother^l':.toat adcr».Bn Prr.gue XIII Trlda 

Krale JÜrfho 325* r^^lden narre IstLurimlla 
n'^Kf^n^'^i'ol^ R'^^^ovnlk,C..choslovakla I^- 



cmber 26,lß81. 



Ot£ Kraus 



•J^'^^^^^T.i;^^®^ address Prague XIII^TrCda 
Kralle Jlrxho 9?.5.Born in Praßue April 26, 



1916. 



I thank you vorT. much for yo r offorts. 

Ver// truly yours 

Stanley A.Sdw .rds 
1745 Chiton Ave 
BrooklynpN.Y» 



'\ 



Anthony Kllliaa, 
Johnston, R, I. 



SopttBbw 30th 1919, 



To the oonaul of the ünlted Statee. 
Praguo» ' 



Doip Slrt 



own a 



Sti!«i* io J;"f 2^1 !♦ v' **^* ^» 'nthonjr KlUl^^, cltlr.en of tho United 
ti^ir ?w«^ }**r Z^ ^•<^^^»^ 1831. / cenifloat« 309711 
rarm of bi aor«F in tTohn«ton, near Provldenoo R, i. •~-"*-*'/ 

I would appreclate It yerj ituoh. ßhould you .-^liow t 

— ü-f!!.!? ^'^ proaent Lotohi«dBka 36, Prahi VII, 

i! SS! ^I^T^? *!^^ oountry ao that ho could werk toeether wlth De on 
njr farm, a« l aa toOiiy 59 y^ars old and n««d you»« help, 

here aa «oon ao posalolo and will ereatly appreclate y «r ef forto! 



'X urai 



State of Uhode Island 
Provläenoe,So. 



/2 



<y<^ 




7 




4>*T_ 



thU ,^?ll?tt l;1tXr,l?.S: - '^ «>» -'^ '-»■■'«^ -«Ulan 

Imowlcdge and the tax reoords in sald LJn L Lrr.ol! ^ 



ry 



fllC 



My comiission ExpireS Juno 50,1941* 



C5 



llttttrh 

(ttountg fl 



tiie oflice rehirnini ihe tteüai 

i bureau renvoyaiit l'avta 




rfM<--^. 



^. 



1. (a) TÄa/ 
United Su 



'l 



B characters) 

karacteres) 

IMERICA 

huQ 



City of 

County of 

State of 

2. That I am 



6—11654 



C6 

be oflice rehirning Ihe receipt 

I bureau renvoyant l'avia 



4. Thit the fii 



5. That my n 

My other a: 
(a) Bank 
> (c) Real 
Yearly in 



^^ charactec«) 

C' l»Cl(»> Twaracter/'it )- 






7. That my p 



[ERICA 

lUQ 



6—11854 



come and re 




That the above 
^ and belief. 

That I am and 
misdemeana 
to organizei 
organizatior 

«t jr 

to tlw abov 



C6 



Ljjbic« rehrninf Ihe receipt 
Ti5Tcott renvoyant l'avia 



^r^ 



r 




7, 




>RTGIN 



.^. 

lamcters) 

ctires) 

:rica 



6—11054 



Thepfindersigned declares that the article described on the other si 

Le so\ 'signi declare qae l'envoi mentioniU d'autre pari a äi iümenC livri 

^ JLl i9->^r" 



on ....^iU^ 



Potimark of Ihe ollice of deslinalioa 

Timbre du bureau destinataire 



SIGNATURE « 




of the addressee: 

du destinataire: 




ly delivered 



of the agent of the offic6 of destination 

de l'agcnt du. bureau destinataire 







»Th!« receipt must be sisrnerl by the addrettee, or, if the ref*uIation« »•' 

Cet avis doit itre signe par le destinataire, ou, si les reglementn du pays de 'es*- 
the agent of the office of destination, and returned by the fir»t mail 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement ö l'expediteur. 



che country of destination so provide, by 

le comportent, par l' agent du bureau destinataire 

to the Sender. 

fr— 11654 



Thcy^ndersigned declares that the article described on the other side was dul y delivered 

Le s(m'^ign6 declare que l'envoi mentionne d'autre pari a ä6 dümeiU livri ..^rTTS'*'^ 

r.At .,9ir 



Poslmarli of llie office of deslinalioi 

Timbre du bureau destinataire 




19 



of the addressee: 

du destinataire: 






SIGNATUREN f 

of the a^ht of t|ie 

Tö^ ff agent, dut>ureaij 

\ / 




mation 



IThia receipt must be signed by the addressee, or, !f the resru^o^ions of the country of destination so provide, by 

Cet avis doit ctre signe par le destinataire, ou, si les reglements du pays d comportent, par L' agent du bureau destinataire 

the agent of the ofTice of destination, and returned by the first l » the sender. 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement ä V expediteur. 

fr— 11654 



on 

le 



The'^ndersigned declares that the article described on the other side wa 

Le sfu^igne declare que l'envoi mentionne d'autre parC a eU dümeni livri ^ 

.i..€:K. ,i9.y^ 



Poslmarli of llie office of desrinarioa 

Timbre du bureau destinataire 




19 



of the addressee: 

du destinataire: 



SIGNATURE » 




delivered 



of the agent of the o^h!«.%f destination 

de l'agent du bureau destinataire 






*Thia receipt must be signed by the addressee, or, if the regula i«. 

Cet ans doit äre signe par le destinataire, ou, si les reglements du pays de di v^ 
the agent of the office of destination, and returned by the first m*«!! c* !re 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement ä l'expediteur. 




^country of destination so provide, by 

mportent, par l'agent du bureau destinataire 
:he sender. 



&— 11664 



The undersigned declares that the article described on the other side was duly delivered 

Le soussigne declare que l'envoi mentionne d'autre pari a Üe dümeM livri —«jr ucitvcrea 



on 

le 



19 

19 



Poslmark of Ihe offic« of desrination 

Timbre du bureau destinataire 




SIGNATURE » 



of the addressee: 

du destinataire: 



of the agent of the office of destination 

de l'agent du bureau destinataire 



.„.,^^^2^^^ -^ 



'/ 'S 



*7^** ''*?®!'*^ ™"** **• *}^?^^ ^Y **"* add«««««; or, if the regulations of the country of destination so provide, by 

C et ans doit itre signc par le destinataire, ou, st les reglementx du pays de destination le comportent, par l'agent du bureau desttnataiZ 
the agent of the office of destination, and returned by the first mail direct to the sender. 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement ä l'expediteur. 

fr— 11064 



Form 286« 



Post Office Department, United States of America 

Administration des J^ostes des Etats- Unis ä'Amerinue 



(To be (ilied in by th« o 

(A Tcinplir par le burea 



Registered articie ( 

Envoi recommande 

Parcel insured for $ 

Colts avec valeur dedaree de 



oriffin) 

tiyinej 




Mailed at tl 

depose au bu 




;t office of 

e poste d 



', posie a y /■ 



tn 

le 

Mailed by M 

expedic pur AI 

and addressi 

et adresse ä A 

at 

ö 



., 19.^^s^, under No. .. 

19^ A, sous le N<y 




> Indicate in tM pai enthesis the nature of the arti- 

Indigner dans la paienthese la nature de l' envoi (Uttre, 
cle (letter, print, etc.)« 
imprime, etc. ). 
3 Strike out the indications not applicable. 

Biffer Ics indications inutiles. 



Return Receipt 

Avis dl rücplioii 



(To be fiUed in by the tender, 

( A rempiir par l'expediteur 

who will indicate below bis 

Qui inentionnera ci-dessous son 

complete address) 

adresse compi 



CS 



pMtoHrk of Üw ofice returnini ihe rMeipl 

Timbre da bureau renvoyant l'avta 





(Street and nuntber) 

' Eue\ ' 






VOST 

I i!>!rvice 



(Place of destination, in large characters) 

( Lieu de destination, en gros caracterea) 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

JEtats-Unis d' Am6riquG 
\L SERVICE 
des postes 6—11654 



Form 2865 

Post Ofüce Department, United States of America 

Administration des Postes des Etat^t^nis d'Amerique 

(To be filled in by the of&ce of origin) 

(A rempiir par UJiujfaud'origine) 



CS 



Registered articie ( 

Envoi recommande 




) C) («) 



Parcel insured for $„_ (') 

Colis avec valeur dedaree de 

Mailed at the post office of 

diposi au bureau ^e poste d 

■j-y-y^-^^ — 

•n L , 19 ._., ünder No. 

le 

Mailec 

expedie 




Return Receipt 

Avis de rcception 



(To be filled in by the tender, 

(A rempiir par l'expediteur 

who will indicate below his 

qui mentionnera ci-dessous son 

complete address) 

adresse complete) 



PostBurk of Üw 

Timbre du 



ihe receipt 

Vi4 l'avia 



m the nature of the arti- 

la nature de l'envoi (lettre, 



> Indicate in the pif 

Jndiquer dans la paienthese 
cle (letter, print, etc.)« 
imprime, etc.). 
^ Strike out the indications not applicable. 

Biffer les indications inutiles. 



POST 

^ervici 





(Street and number) 



Wf (j '2"l^'"l!f 

[^ r _;_ * :• iisss M ii — -j^ — — — 

destination, in laree ch 



large characters) 

de destination, en gros caracteres) 

STATES OF AMERICA 

ts-Unis d' Am6riquQ 



6—11854 



Form 2865 

Post Office Department, United States of America 

Administration des Postes des Etats-Unis d'Amerique 

(To be filled in by the officeW( oij^gin) 

(A rempiir par le bureau d^ori^iite) 

Registered articie ( C^\- -— ) 0) C) 

Envoi recommande ^s. 

Parcel insured for $._ (') 

Colis avec valeur dedaree de 

Mailed at the post office of 

depose au bureau de poste d 




IJ—t under No, 



Mailed by M 

expidie par 

and ad^^sed to M 

et adresW ä AI 

at. 




' Indi^te in the pai e 




si/ the nature of the arti- 

la nature de l'envoi (lettre. 



' Indi^te in the pai en 

Jndiquer dans la paienth 
cle (letter, print, etc.). 
imprime, etc.). 
^ Strike out the indications not applicable. 

Biffer les indications iniUües- 



Return Receipt 

Avis de reception 



(Tobe filled in by the sender, 

(A rempiir par l'expediteur 

who will indicate below his 

qui mentionnera ci-dessous son 

complete address) 

adresse complete) 



Postmark 

Timbre 




POST 

Servic 



(Street and number) 

(£ue et numiro) , J 

latkm, fti large characters) 

-"■'/ de destination, en gros caracteres) 

STATES OF AMERICA 

Us-Unis d' Am6rique 



S— 11664 



Form 2865 

Post Office Department, United States of America 

Administration des Postes des Etats-Unis d'Amerique 

(To be filled in by the oflFice/f brigin) 

(A rempiir par le bureau djörijftnej 

Registered articie ( Jp^^ ) (') C'K 

Envoi recommande /^ ^N. "* > 

Parcel insured for $._ _\ (J) 

Colis avec valeur dedaree de 

Mailed at the post office of 

deposi au bureau de poste d 




Receipt 

xption 



' l'auis 




y M 

r AI 

ddressed to 

csät ^\I 




Indicate m the pariv^thesis the nature of the arti- 

Jndiquer dans la paienthese la nature de l'envoi (lettre 
de (letter, print, etc.). 
imprime, etc.). 
^Strike out the indicntions not applicable. 

Biffer les indications iniUiles^ 



in by the tender, 

par l'expedneUf * 
indicate below 
entionnera ci-dessous son 
complete address) 
dresse completf^j 





_ (Street and number) 

d (Place of de^ination. In large characters) 

(Lieu de destination, en gros caracteres) 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Etats-Unis d' Am^riquo 

POSTAL SERVICE 

Service des postes »-11B84 



The undersigned declares that the article described on the other side was duly delivered 

Le soussigne ätdare uue l'envoi merUionni d'autre part a iU dämcrU livri 



on 

U 



,19. 

19 



SIGNATURE » 



Posimarl« of the ofiic« of drsKnalion 

Timbre diijmuau destinataire 



of the addressee: 

du destinataire: 




of the agent of the oflfice of destination 

de Vagent du bunau destinataire 



IThis receipt must be si$rnec] by the addressee, or, if the resrulations bf the eoiintry of destination so provide, by 

Cet avis doit etre signe par le destinataire, ou, si les regtementx du pays de destination le co' - ortent, par l'agent du bureau destinatairt 

the agent of the ofHce of destination, and returned by the first mail direct to the sender. 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement d l'expediteur. 

fr— 11654 



The undersigned declares that the article described on the other side was duly delivered 

Le soussigne declare que l'envoi mentionne d'autre part a ete dümerU livri 



on 

le 



,19. 

19 



SIGNATURE» 

Posimark of the office of deslinatioa 

Timbre du bureau destinataire of the addressee; of the agent of the office of destination 

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the agent of the office of destination, and returned by the first mail direct to the sender. 

et renvoye par le premier courrier directement ä l'expediteur. 

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March 20, 19^+7 

Mr. Fritz Israel Levy, Secretary 
••Unlao" Assoclacao Beneficente Israelita 
Travessa Dos Barbelros, 6 • 7o Andar 
Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL 



Dear Mr. Levy: 

We are in receipt of your letter of March 7th 
wlth reference to our letter of February 27th addressed 
to Mr. Hyman Rinder of Rio« 

We have duly noted the Contents of your letter 
and wlsh to take thls opportun! ty to thank you for your 
advlce desplte the fact that the Situation Is such at pre- 
sent, that nothing can be done in thls matter • 

Sincerely yours, 



I. A« Popper 



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^ TELEG^MAS: "UNASBI" 

Hio de Jaijelro, 7t^ l.ferch)\ 1947 

Ivir. I.A.Popper 
Popper & Klein, Inc., 
3oo, Fourth Ave,jQi 
New York lo. 

Dear llr. Popper, 

He: your nephew Ota^ Kraus, 

Barrandbvska 346, Prague aVI,CSR 

^„^, ^ I*.Hyinan Rinder of Rio handed us your letter of 

27th ult. for further attention. 

, , ^^ . ''»'^ regret very much to inform you, that for the time 
iDeing all i^razilian Konsulates overseas have been ordered by the 
Brazilian Lunistry to stop tiie emigration to Brazil and to refuse 
the granting of iiiimlgration visas. V7e are, at oresent, unable to 
ascertain when and under what conditions iiomigration to Brazil will 
be possible. 

^ ^ ^^ '^'^e will, however, keep your itiephew^s case in mind 
and shall let you know about the possibilities as soon as we shall 
See a Chance for him. 



Sincerely yours 



Prit 





srael •Le'vy, Geci^etario 



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ALAMEDA BARAO DE L'MEiRA, 611 
TELEFONE 5-9436 
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RINDER 

INDÜSTRIA E COMERCIO S. A. 

ENDERECOTELEORAFICO; "RINDER" TODOS OS CODIO 
MATRIZ: RUA HADDOCK LOBO, 30 

TELEFONE 48-5570 
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5th March, 1947, 



Mr. !• A» Popper, 
Popper ft Klein, Inc. 
300, Fourth Avenue, 
NEW YORK 10^ N.Y , 



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Dear Mr. Popper, 

i 

Tour letter of the 27th ultimo, has my very best attention. 

1 have turned your letter over to the Uniao Israelita, Traveasa 
aos Barbaaros 6, because they have ao much experience in this connection. 

You probably aupport the Joint Diatribution Bommittee. Thev 
have done a fine Job in arranging for the Solution of such eaaea like the 
one in question. It seems much easier and quicker through them from the 
othar end. I auggest that you get in touch with the Joint. 

your requeit!**^^^ ^' ^^"^ *° ^° "^^ ^ °*" *° ^^^^ ^*'"' """^ *° '"""^^^ '"'' 
With best personal regards, I am. 



Yours sincerely, i 



HR/iÄS 



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MAC IVER 261 -TELEFONO 30933 

DIR. TELEGRAFICA: «CADE MED» 

CASILLA 9479 




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Soc.J^tda, 



ELECTROMEDICINA - INSTRUMENTAL QUIRURGICO 

APARATOS PARA TODAS LAS ESPECIALIDADES MEDICAS 

ARTICULOS PARA LABORATORIOS 



Santiago de Chile, ^ de Marzo de^ 1947 




Mr. 

I.A.Popper 

300 Fourth Avenue 
New York 10^ N.Y. 

Dear Mr. Popper : 



We received your lettd^r of February 27, and 
presuining it would call some business matter I 
opened it« 

I wish to inforra you that J^ir, Pfeffer is just 
having his vacation and does not stay in Santiago, 
but I feel sure, that he will do with pleasure 
everything possible to enable your nephew's Coming 
to Chile. I wish to anticipate that these im..iigra- 
tion proceedings are somewhat complicated, and 
it will be necessary to attest Mr. Pfeffer 's 
relationship with his newphew Ota Kraus, 

Assuring you again that Mr. Pfeffer will be 
very glad to be of assistance, I remain 

Secretary, 



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March 20, 19^7 



Mr. Hans Pfeffer 

c/o Casa del Medico Soc« Ltda« 

Casllla 9^7^ 

Santiago, CHILE 



Dear Mr. Pfeffer: 

We are in receipt of your letter of March 9th 
with reference to the visa whlch we desire to have ob- 
tained for Mr. Ota Kraus« 

We wish to thank you for any efforts that you 
made in thls connection, and are pleased to advise yoia, 
at thls tlme, that the matter has already come to a suc- 
cessful concluslon and, therefore, It will not be neces- 
sary for you to do anythlng further, Thank you once agaln« 
Kinde st regards. 

Slncerely yours, 



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DIftEC TEUG "SCHAUIY" 
CASIUA DE CORREO 403 
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Ivlarch 17, 1947.- 



I. A. Popper 

390 Fourth Avenue 

New York 10, N.Y. 



Dear Llr. Popper: 

This will acknowledge receipt of your >. 
dated iebruary 27th, contents of which have been duly n 
with thanks. *^ 




E3:jiN. 



I got m contact with the officials at the 
Mnisterio de Helaciones iDxteriores", v/here I have very go d 
friends, and they advised me that the best thin^; your nephew 
could do would be to obtain a visa as tourist. They informed 
me that just now the new uruguayan Consul is travellinc tc 
irague and they expect him to be there within two to four 
weeks. If your nephew cannot wait so long, he would have to 
go to the nearest uruguayan Consulate, which is in Genua. The 
respective Consulate would then cable to Lontevideo askins 
permission for grantin- the visa and I would act here as a 
ßuaranty for your nephew. Juch a tourist visa would grant 
him a stay of three months in Uruguay.- oometimes it is possible 
to obtain an extension of 60 days, but not always, therefore 
your nephew has to count with only 90 days. 

If there is any furtuer inforrüation that vou inay 
need please let me know, and I will be nore than glad to^ obtain 
it for you. 

^ ^ in X,. X '^®^ ^°^ ^^^® ^^ ^^^^ nephew please don't forget 
to teil hiiii to laention j;iy name to the uruguayan Consul. 



I am, 



i^^xpecting that this letter will be of help to you, 



yours very 




^iRNiiioTO SCIIADi^ 



Note: The Consul in Prague 



be a I.J7. Cur- Santa Stutz. 



Mapch 20, 19^7 



Sr. German Klinge 
Franko Klinge & Cla., S.A. 
Apartado h^2 
Lima, PERU 



Dear Mr. Klinget 

We acknowledge receipt of yonr 
letter of March llth answering ours of Febniary 
27 th in connection with the vlsa for Mr. Ota 
Kraus. 

4. 4. ^1. ^'^ ^^*^ ^^ ^^^® ^^^s opportianity to 
State that we appreciate the efforts that you 
have made in this connection, and are pleased to 
advlse that satisfactory arrangements have al- 
ready been made for his exist from Czechoslovakia 
and, therefore, it will not be necessary for you 
to do anything eise in this matter. 

Once again we wish to thank you for 
your very cooperative attitude. Kindes t regards. 



Sincerely yours, 



I. A. Popper 



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Oireccfdn Postal: 
Apartado 452. Lima 
TeUfonos: 3376^3672S 

Referencia : 



FRANKO KLINCE & ClA.S.A 



-REPRESENTANTES— . IMPORTADORES 
Ave.NIcolÄs de Pldrola (Cofmena Der.) 560 

LIMA-Pera 



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Clave»:A.B.a6a.ed. 

Sentit (|'& 




Lima f 11 de Marzo de 1947 



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SeSor 

I#At Popper 

300 Fourth Avenue, 

New York 10, N.Y*,ü*S.A# 

Muy estimado senor Popper: 

^ . , «^ Tengo el gusto de referirrae a su atenta 
carte del 27 de Febrero ppdo, y manifestarle que con el 
mayor placer voy a ocuparme del encargo que me hace ud. 

- ^ voy a ponerme en contacto con la Emba la- 
de Checoeslovaca y procurarö que hagan todo lo posibie 
para que su sobrino el Sr* ota Kraus, pueda viajar a 
nuestro pafs* j « 

Tan pronto como haya alguna novedad al res- 
pecto se la comunicarö, mientras tanto, rogöndole consi- 
derarme siempre a sus drdenes para lo que sea menester. 
quedo como * 

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CASLCS Y TCLEOflAMAS 
«KUNaCPRAN* 

LIMA - PERU 



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Marzo 31, 1947. 



Sefior 

I. A. Popper 

300 Fourth Ave., 

NEW YORK 10> N,Y.. U.S^ A ^ 

Estimado Sr« Popper: 



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He recibido su carta fechada el 20 del presente i6es, per 
la cual me he enterado com mucho gusto de que ya ha podido Üd. hacer 
arreglos satisfactorios para la salida de Checoeslovaquia de su sobri- 
no, Sr. Ota Kraus. 

Realmente tengo mucho gusto que haya tenido üd. exito en sus 
gestiones, y espero que pronto pueda reunirse nuevaraente con este miembro 
de SU familia. 



üd.. 



Siempre a sus ordenes para lo que üd. desee, me suscribo de 



Atto. S. S. 
GERMAN KLINGE . 



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MANUFACTUKER^S JREPRESENTATIVE 

IMPORTER - EXPORTER 

Tenienie Key 359 p. o. Box 547 

HABANA, CUBA 



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/S^ Brauch Offtees: 

BAHRANQUILLA i 

B o G o^T AS^olombia 
CARACAS, Veneztt^ 

EXICO, City 



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Messrs, Popper 8l Klein Ine» 
300 Fourth Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 




Attention of Mr> I^ A« Popper 



Dear Mr« Popper: 



This is with reference to your letter of February 
27, in cünection with entry into Cuba of Mr» Ota Kraus, 
from Czeohoslovakia« 

Ever since I received your letter 1 have been 
investigating what the possibilities are of your nephew 
entering this oountry, but owing to our very abnormal 
Situation affecting inmigrants from European countries, 
I have been unable to seoure definite infonaation for you^ 
so far. However, my attorney is working on this and just 
as soon as he discloses the infonaation which you desire, 
I shall communicate with you again. 

You may rest assured that I am extremely anxious 
to be of Service to you in this respect, and nothing will 
be left \mdone in this direction. 

With kindest personal regards, I remain, 



ypurs 



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March 20, 19^7 



Sr. Hugo May 
P. 0. Box 547 
Habana, CUBA 



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Dear Sr* Mayt . ^ 

We have Just received your letter of March 12 th 
in connectlon wlth the entry of Mr. Ota Kraus to Cuba from 
Czechoslovakla« 

We greatly appreciate the efforts that you are 
maklng in this connection, and wish to state that we are 
anxiously awaiting further information from you. Your most 
cooperative attitude is greatly appreciated, We wish to 
take this opportunity to advise that if there is any'wy 
that we can reciprocate, please do not hesitate to get in 
touch with US. 

Sincerely yours, 



!• A, Popper 



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c/ Sres Popper & paein InC. 

300 Fourth Avenue 

New York lO)- N.Y. 

Estiiijnado seßor Popper: 

Oportunam^nte tuve el placer de recibir su atenta carta,cuya c^t^staciön 

oral Jrp,:So:;:r:r;: v^>r:X".:ir^v^ er.ur:r:nt\=,„^." ^«^-^r ^-^-^' 

caL: paä ;^;:J;l,fS^''" '* "^''''^ ^^ '^*^' ^«°«™« la-Zfacmdaaes a «u a" ' 

.ooDnno.y quo a tal ef«cto presentara la usual soliclt.nfl m,» t.r,<o ., ^'"""^ 

.cada por an abogado, segun la ley. soiicltud.que tenia que ser autentl- 

tomar nota le -IIa. incuanto al punto 5 generale s de ley.lo que ouieren ec «fl.Ioc. 
de la edad y que es soltero su sobrino.cual es o ha sldo sroouoaci6n Hofm" 
comunique con el aeüor Ofidal mayor.para aclarar el punto conresjec^o Scanltal 
con que «uenta y el certificado^de sus fondos en exJ.erior",paesIe manifeste o,l 
era de suponerse que siendo el dnlco superviviente fen un luear ari^saifSr Is 
Nazis, era de suponerse que no tendrla fondos en losBancos v eicua^o «? cT it ^ 

Hemos comvanido por oonsiguiente.que de serle a Ud. posible ansrlAr „«, 
constancia fimada por Ufl.y debidamente a 'utenticada ante ei Consul d« CostaZ^ 

n«./l ° '/' ^^T*'" ' ^ "^^'''^^^ ^^«'^^^ ^°" 'l"« ^>^a puede contar mensuaj^^te 
para sus gast os aqöi.se aceptarla dicho docuiriento. Si estä Ud. de acuerSo efe^fo 
tan pronto reclba dicho döcunento.me comunicar« nuevamente con ia 'ecretSja ^ es.e;^ 
que me exteöddr^n el pemiso de; in^r^c^o' P->n -o-»-^ .. « • 1 ecreLaria,y esoero 

este^ste senor ejerciendo sus fftnciones. De no poder su sobrino lo^r^r u^ Consuf 
en alguna de estas ciudades.su pasaporte .talvez puede ser vissdo por el Konsul de 
Costa .ica.en Holanda.por donde poaiblemente el saldrla de .H,ropa para L I^e" ea 




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San Jose, 24 de Mar^o de 1947,- 



Sefior 

don Rodolfo Sasse- 
International Agencies.- 
San Jose.- 



L!uy estimado sr: 

Con instrucciones del sr. se- 
cretario de Seguridad publica, me dirijo a Ud. 
para comunicarle que para considerar la solici- 
tud de ingreso a favor del Sr, OlA KRAUS, es 
necesario informar a esta Secretaria de sus ge- 
nerales de ley, el capital con que cuenta y el 
certificado de sus fondos en el exterior.- 

Sin otro particular, me suscri- 
bo de Ud.muy atento servidor.- 



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Sr 8«dr«titHd As Batado en •! ^espaoho da 
Sagiirldad Pabllaa. 




1^ atlaßdo Sr. Hinlatro, 

%l aaSor l.A,Pop^ar,iBia«bPO «iractor da la «uy rayUaia aaaa P(3>pir ^ 
KlÄIl Ine, 300 fourtb ATenua da Ml TOOT.de h. qua aoaioa repraaantantaa.an aata 
tappitorlopdaada haaa maa da «0 efioa, aos iaforma ^uo tlena m sobrino aa 
Ohaeoal0fakia qaa ha anfrido «raadaa Ti.^iMttdaa duranta aatoa afioa da gaarra« 
Tod« au ffflRllia ba paraoi<!o y «1 ea al dnico auparvlrlmta« 

Kl aafior an rafaranai« sa Uaan _OTA MMMW , au dlraceida aa: 

BarimjidOTate 346, FRAOA OT ( Barandov), ChecoslofniklÄ. Naoi6 al 

19ia 
M da ^ibril^n lu oludad ^b Ptr*ga y aa aoltaro» 

ßagdn noF diaa a; anigo ^r^ Po par, au aobrino daaaa Tialtar CoatÄ Rlaa 
^ paao para los ^tadois üaidoa,y paraumacar aqui «1 z^dador da unoa Sala 
• aa^bra paaa dal aaHor OTA KRAÖS, aolioitanoa aoy raapatooaaMata la aonoada 
al panlao da iagraao j pamaaaaaia par al timpo Indioado; piidiando eon dieha 
docimaato adaaia obttmar 1« Tiaaoltfn da aa paaaporta ,p r« vaalraa a OoaU 
llaa ,taa proato omo aaa poslbla . El SaHor KRAUS oueata, natutal^ianta, 

aoB lo^ fbadoa aaaaaarlM pma aa Mtodof aaaata« 

U p-w dania ^aagurar al ür. üiiiiatro qaa ,da anaatm perta,l@ qaedare- 
»oa altaMa^a a^radaaidaa par aataa^tailadD aarvlcio^eaparaarfo qua aaaatra aolioltud 
aari favorabl^Renta r^maalt'?^ • 



ApxoTaatosoa la om)rtiialdaä pa» rei^rfirle laa fagnriaadaa da aaaatra 
dietiaguida eoaaidaraoida y eprecio^ 



Pirl« laa a( 



TIHH^E Da 15« 00 
Autanticado por 
abogadOtP^^^ üarfiaa CordaroZ 



Saa ataatDa y B.B. 
lOTil SATIC^AL AOEIDIES. 



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Hugo Mdij 

MANÜFACTURER*S REPRBSENTATIVE 

IMPORTER - EXPORTER 

Tenienie Hey 059 p. o. Box 547 

HAB ANA, CUBA 



Phone A'8495 



Heliable Servic* 



March 20, 1947 



Branch Offices: 

BARRANQVILLA I 

B O G O T ^f^^O^O^W« 

CARACAS, Venezuela 

MEXICO. City 



Messrs. Popper & Klein Ine 
300 i*burth Avenue 
New York, N. Y* 







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Attention; Mr. IAA. Popper 



Gent lernen: 



This is to Supplement 



^04-^/, T,,„ t^% ^^ ?° Supplement lay previous letter to you 
dated March 12, relative to entry into Cuba of Mr. Ota 
i^r all s • 

T^ao-h fr. IJ^^Zf ^^t^ ^®®" informed by my attomey that at 
least for the tlme being, it is definitely irapossible to 
secure entry permit for European bom travelers due to very 
h^M^f/^^f^J^^^S?^ enacted by our Government recently pro! 
«i^^^^ f.^"™^P^^^°" ^°™ certain sections of Europe. These 
fn r,^if ?°"^ have much to do with a recent scandal o^curred 
in Suba in connection with a famous Italian engaged in 
ilegal business and who has just been shipped back to Europe. 

r.or«,oT » ?^ course, this Situation is bound to return to 
normal again and I am following the matter closely assurin*^ 
you that just as soon as conditions permit, I will' d^mv^ 
ll'l.l^lt t° ^® °^ Service to yöu in this respect. Needless 
i?ii L^^^u ^^ ^°°" *^ *^® restrictions are eased up. it 
^niJi?«^'' ® a question of "going the way around" to ac- 
complish our objective« 

With kindest personal regards, I remain. 



Very truly yours. 




im/lfe 



March 20, 19^-7 



St. Juan Tworoger 

Calz» S. Antonio Abad 298 

Mexico, D,F., MEXICO 



Dear Sr. Tworoger i 

We are in receipt of your letter of 
March 7th answering our letter of February 27th 
in connection with the visa for Mr, Ota Kraus» 

Since receiving your letter we have written 
to our relative in Czechoslovakia who has advised 
US that he has not heard further in this matter, 

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In View of the fact that you distinctly 
State that you have already arranged for a visa for 
six months for Mexico for Mr. Kraus, we would greatly 
appreciate it if you would advise us, at this time, 
who he has to get in contact with in Prague, Czecho- 
slovakia, to confirm receipt of visa and start on his 
Journey to Mexico • 

Finally, we wish to State that we greatly 
appreciate your most cooperative sttitude in this con- 
nection and the quick action that you received is most 
gratifying to us, 

* 

If there is any further Information that you 
desire in this connection, please do not hesitate to 
get in touch with us. Thank you once again for your 
efforts on our behalf. We look forward to your early 
reply. 

Sincerely yours, 



I« A* Popper 



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JUAN TWOROGER 

REPRESENTANTE 
DE CASAS EXTRANJERAS 

DIRECCION CABL.EORAFICA 

TWOROGER-MEXICO 

CALZ. S. ANTONIO ABAD 898 
TEL. ERIC. 19-19-28 

MEXICO, D. F. 



Mexico, D*P.,Maroli 7,1947# 



Mr#I»A«J:'opper, 
300 ^oiirth Ave#, 
New York 10,N.y. 



Dear Mr^i'opper* 

With further referenoe to your letter of Pebruarv 27.1 wian 
to advise you that today I arranged the permit for your n^ 
?i- !7if''i.r^! "^t^ ^ license for 6 months^ But,once in hera, 

wr^oL^^>.^^^^*'' t^^ ^2? ^ permanent authorizatian to stay 
liare and thera is whera the big expansas coma, ^ 

^S^c.^'^^^^'^'^^J ^ montha permit will ba axtendad to me for 




With best regards,Iaia, 



Very tinily yours. 



Ju' 




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JUAN TWOROGER 

REPRESENTANTE 
DE CASAS EXTRANJERAS 

OIRECCION CABLEGRAFiCA 

TWOROQER-MEXICO 

CALZ. S. ANTONIO ABAD 298 
TEL. ERIC. 19-19-28 

MEXICO, D. F. 



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Mr^I.A» Popper, 
300 PoTirth Ave«, 
New York 10,N.Y* 




Dear Mr» Popper * 

Your letter of Pebr-uary 27 has received my best attention» 
I phoned iramediately to some Government employee who be-- 
longa to the Inmigration Department and who will inform 
me ooncerning the possibillty of making an application for 
yoiir nephew to inmigrate to Mexico« 

However,! believe that it is very hard to get an inmigra- 
tion permit,specially for Europe and it costs too much mo- 
ney# 

I will see what I can do and let you know by later mail. 
With best regards,! am, 

Very truly yours« 




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April 7, 19^7 



Sr, Juan Tworoger 

Calz. S. Antonio Abad 298 

Mexico, D.F», MEXICO 



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Dear Sr. Tworoger: 

We wrote to you on March 20th in refer- 
ence to my nephew, Ota Kraus, and are sorry to say 
that we have not heard anything further from you* 

In the meantime , I have leamed today 
that my nephew was married on March 29th, and of 
course, he desires to enter Mexico with his wife; 
Her former name was Edith Steinerova, and she was 
born on September 9, 1917 • 

I would appeal to you, Mr. Tworoger, to 
obtain the visas for my relatives, Ota Kraus and 
his wife, for Immigration to Mexico. 

I look f orward to hearlng from you at an 
early date. I wish to take this opportunity to 
thank you for your Cooperation in this matter, and 
reraain with kindest regards 

Sincerely yours, 



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CARACAS- V»n«zu«la 

May 19, 1947. 



Mr. I. A. Popper, 
Popper &• Klein, Inc., 
300 Fourth Ave., 
New York 10, N.Y. 



Dear Mr. Popper: 




Re: Your nephew, Mr. Ota Kraus. 



It is vdth f:reat regret that we have to inform you that the Dessimistic 
inpressions conveyed in our letter to you of May 9, have been confirmed. 
The Ministry has turned dov/n our request to permit entry of your nephew 
into Venezuela. 

We enclose herewith the official coinmunication from the Ministry, and 
ask you to be g;ood enough to return it to us after perusal. 

We hope our belief that another Government is willine to admit your 



nephew is correct. 



With best rep-ards. 



Sincerely yours, 
ivKJNDI^SCIENTTAE, S.A 




R/iM:sl 
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ESTADOS ÜNIDOS DE VENEZUEIj\ 

MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES INTERIOKES 

DIRECCION NACIÜNAL DE SEGURIDAD 
y DE EXTRANJEROS 



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Seflor 

Carlos Santiago Perez 

a/c, Laboratories Pulmobronk, C. A 

Puente Rcstaurador, 

Cludad> > 



Como resultado de su representaciön de fecha 8 del 
mes en curso, le slgnlflco, que el Despachc ha negado su 
sollcltud de ingreso al Pals hecha en favor del seflor OTA 



KRAUS . 



Bios y Federacion. 
Por el Ministro, 





MCRANDI/SMITTl 
Dire<5tor,- 



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"CONSULCUBA".SAN SALVADOR 



PABLO ORTEGA TRUJILLO 

REPRESENTANTE DE CASAS EXTRANJERAS 

SAN SALVADOR 

EL SALVADOR, C. A. 



6 de Marzo de 19^7. 



TELEFONO No. 1722 
CODIGO: BENTLEY'S 



Mr. I. A. Popper, 

c/o Popper & Klein, Inc., 

300 Fourth Av., 

New York, N, Y* 



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lativa a su 



Con referencia a su atenta del 27 de Febrero re- 
, . deseo de obtener la entrada a este pals de su so- 
brino Ota Kraus, tengo el p;usto de comunicarle que en esta — 
misma fecha el Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de El Sal- 
vador autorizö la visa del pasaporte de su sobrino para una - 
resldencla de seis meses en este pals, se^ün coDia del cable- 
grama que me es grato adjuntarle. 

Aunque esta visa esta autorizada para una Dprma- 
nencia de seis meses en el pals, puede ser prorrogable hasta 
que SU sobrino ohtenga su entrada en los Estados Unidos. Como 
Ud. comprenderä, sin embargo, la condici6n princiüal de esta 
autorizaciön es que su sobrino no podrä dedicarse a ninpün — 
trabajo mientras dure su estancia en el pals, por lo que su - 
sostenimiento tendrd que ser sufragado por üd. 

El costo del cablegrama iel Ministerio al Consul 
de El Salvador ha sido sufragado por ml y me es grato remitir 
le, adjunto, el recibo de la companla del cable. 

Ha sido un verdadero placer para rol el haber po- 
dido complacerlo con la rapidei que el caso exigla y esDero - 
que SU sobrino logre lo antes posible su entrada definitiva • 
Estados Unidos. Me permito sugerirle que le cablegrafle a su 
sobrino para que se presente al Consulado de El Salvador en - 
caso de que el Cönsul de referencia no se ponga en contacto - 
directo con 61. • 

Sin raas por el momento me es grato reiterarme de 
Ud. muy Atto. y S. S., 



Adj. Recibo de All Aaex ica uables 
por »7 .12. 




Pabro Ortega f>1ajillo. 



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AIRMAIL 



May 26, 19^7 



Mr. R. A. Moreno 
Mundi Scientlae, S.A. 
Apaitafio iB^+l 
Caracas, VENEZUELA 



Dear Mr. Moreno: 

We are in receipt of your letter of May 19th 
with reference to the iminigration of my cousin, Mr. Ota 
Kraus, to Venezuela. We wish to take this opportunity to 
thank you, Mr. Perez and Mr. Yepez for your attention in 
this connection and further, to advise you that the matter 
has been satisfactorily settled. We believe that it will 
be possible for him to go to one of two countries in South 
America. This latter detail has not been settled as yet, 
however, he has obtained permits to go to Chile or Ecuador. 

Once again, thank you for your kind attention, 
Kin'lest personal regards. 

Sincerely yours, 



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Walter L. Popper 



TRANSLATION FROM SPANISH OF LETTER FROM: 
PABLO ORTEGA TRUJILLO 
SAN SALVADOR . 

March 6, 19^7 
Mr. !• A. Popper 
c/o Popper Sc Klein, Ine» 
300 Fourth Av. 
New York, N. Y. 

Dear Mr* Popper: 

In reply to your letter of February 27th regarding your 
desire to obtain entry into this country for your nephew 
Otar Kraus, I am pleased to inform you that today the 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador authDrixed 
the Visa of the passport of your nephew for a residence 
of 6 months in this co'ohtry, as per copy of cable attached, 

Although this visa has been authorized for a stay of 6 
montbs in the country, it raay be extended until your 
ne^iiiew obtains his entry into the U.S. As you will un- 
derstand, however, the main provision in this authoriza- 
tion is that vour neiphew will not be able to take up any 
work during his stay in the country, so that his support 
will have to be provided by you» 

The cost of the cable from the Ministry to the consul of 
El Salvador has been paid by me and I am pleased to enclose 
the receipt from the cable Company. 

For me it has beei^ a real pleasure to have been able to 
satisfy you with the quickness required by this case and 
I hope that your neyhew will succeed soonest possible in 
antering the U.S. definitely. I take the liberty to suggest 
that you cable your neyhew to commmnicate with the consulate 
of El Salvador in case that the consul would not communicate 
directly with him. 

I am, 





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July 31, 19^7 



Sr. Pablo Ortega Trujlllo 

San Salvador 

El Salvador, C.A. 



Dear Mr. Ortega: 

During most of the past three months 
I have ill, partly in the hospltal and partly 
at home, and for this reason I had been imable 
to acknowledge your letter of March 6th, for 
which please accept my apology« 

I am very grateful to you for what 
you desired to do In regard to my nephew, How- 
ever, I wish to Inform you that my nephew has 
declded to imml grate to Chile instead of to El 
Salvador« 

However, it was very kind and though^« 
ful of you to assist me in this matter, and it 
is indeed greatly appreciated. I hope that I 
will have the opportunity to reciprocate when 
you come to New York. 

With kindest regards to your dear 
family and your seif , I remain 

Sincerely yours. 



I# A. Popper 



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Popper & Klein, inc 

300 FOURTH AVENUE 
NEW YORK 10. N. Y. 



VIA AIR MAIL 



Sr. Pablo Ortega Trujillo 

San Salvador 

El Salvador, C, k. 



Telephone-. 
ALgonquin 4 6616-7 



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Popper & Klein, Inc. 

Manujaciurers and Distributors 

300 FOURTH AVENUE 

NEW YORK 10 



July 31, 19lf7 



Sr. Pablo Ortega Trujillo 

San Salvador 

El Salvador, O.A. 



Cable Address: 
"Tantal um'; New York 

Codes: 
A. B. C. Sixth Edition 
Acme Commodity Code 
Bentleys Complete Phrase Code 

LABORATORY, PHAPMACEUTICAL 
SURGICAL SPECIALTIES 

AMPOULE FILLING MACHINES 
AMPOULE SEALING MACHINES 
AMPOULE WASHING MACHINES 
AMPOULES, AMPOULE FILES 
HYPODERMIC NEEDLES 
SY RING ES, THERMOMETERS, ETC. 



Dear Mr. Ortega: 



During most of the past three months 
I have ill, partly in the hospital and partly 
at home, and for thls reason I had been lonable 
to acknowledge your letter of March 6th, for 
which please accept my apology. 



I am very grateful to you for what 
you desired to do in regard to my nephew. How- 
ever, I wish to inform you that my nephew has 
decided to immi^rate to Chile instead of to El 
Salvador» 

However, it was very kind and though*. 
ful of you to assist me in this matter, and it 
is indeed greatly appreciated« I hope that I 
will have the opportunity to reciprocate when 
you come to New York, 

With kindest regard s to your dear 
family and your seif , I remain 

Sincerely yours, 



!• A. Popper 



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Püotations mada subjacf fo prior sale and changa wifhouf nofica. Agraamenfs mada contingant upon strikas. accidanh. govarnmantal ragulatlon, and ofher 
causas bayond our centrol. Contrach and ordars subjacf to approval by Home Offica. Orders and contracfs accaptad by us cannof b. countermanded. 




SaOfWTARfA 



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FORMA C O 2 A 



DIREC. CjML. de POB. 
DEPTO. DE MIGRACION. 
EST. DE PRO 'OCIONES. 
r^SA NUEVE. 

EXP; c- V3 51 . 3 "^7 V^l 5. 



Sr, Juan Tworoger, 

Calz.S. Antonio Abad No. 298, 

C I U D A D> 



12498 



Con relacl6n a su escrito fechado el 
11 de marzo liltimo, manjfiesto a usted per Aouerdo del 
C. Subsecretario del Ramo, qve no es posible autorizar 
la interna cl6n al pafs del senor OTA KRAUS, de naciona 
lidad checoeslovaca» 

A T E N T A M E N T E. 

SlTFR/^aiO EFECTIVO. NO RI5.ELECCI0N. 

Mexico, D. F., a 10 de abl^flA/lB^FlöJjg^^ . 

EL JEFE DEL DF:PARTA <ENa»Ms»^-^ «xnai^iu.m 



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JA». I.A. Popper 
300 Fourth Avenue 
Kew York 10,N.Y. 



May 9 f 194-7 



Dear l!r. Popper: 

Hot until today v/as I t^ble to reply to your 
letter of April 7 in v/hich you inform lae that 
your nephewtOta Kraus, has mcxried in th4 *^ean- 
time and will require a Visa for tv;o. 

I regret extremely having to disappoint you. 
As you will see from the enclosed letter, the 
Mexican government has declined to grant per- 
mission for your nephew to enter this country. 

It is here mamly a question of money and J 
will have to get in touch with a so called 
Coyote or lawyer. As soon as I know how much 
this would cost,I will inform you. ' 

I would request you to return the enclosed 
letter. 

I hope to be able to report to you on this 
ma^tter within a short tirae and meanwhile re- 
luain with kind regards, 

Very sincerely yours 



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1 am ©ncloslng, hero^^ith, the followlng 
documents for an affldf^viti 

(1) Affidavit form in nu?'<!rupllcnte 

(2) Dun 4 Bndstreet report In <1upllci>t« 

(3) Letter from Trade Bank In diiplioate 

(4) Copy of Income Tax Return for 19^4 In 
dupllcate 

(^) Savlnc3 Bank Account str.tement in 'Uipllcrte 

(6) Letter from Itetropolit«n Ilfe Ifisuriince Co, 
in duplicate 

(7) Letter fron Kquitfble Life Assurfince Society 
in duplicate 

(8) Letter from Mutual J Ife Insurance Co, in 
duplicate 

(9) List of U.S, S* vingö Honds J own in duplicr^te. 

Please take notice thpt I an sendlng you these 
affldavlts in dupl5cat« - one set to Beroun and one set 
to Praha. In case one should get lost, you will havm t^e 
otber set. 

In View of the fact that airtnail lett«>rs cannot 
weipth more than two ounces, I am sending tho above d-^cunents 
to you in four different envelopes as tbey aro tcx)heavy to 
be put in one envelope, 

I hope you aro well, and will -.^rite to y u soon« 
Wlth klndest regards frotn all, I am 

Most sincerely, 



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9vm 29, 1946 



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tOM^ MfUMd to Mop«rat# In thls #f fort. A throat «as wSt to 
put tte •ntlM groupp vmAmr iwj afiphow*« le^dtraMp. lato Um 
e^ chaabero. It i«a« Krn^it*^ r^poMlblllty to mm% tha« tht 
•££^ ?*• ^^ »abotagodU n» b#at proof of tte wladott of th» 
mxt9v% M that th#s# ro«r ar« ! live toflij e^ad ß&f# In Pr&gua« 

Thla unplatvs nt xoeltlon vae not held bv Kraus 
itt th« Moond twn eaiips. frh#r#la ha vaa laoarearatad bj tha 
laaia« la vaa tri ad auLj for tha r.bova tinntlouad actlau In 
Oawieclm* Kothln^ waa brovght out ae&lnjjt hin. bi^aad on actlcwia 
in Xh^ othar c^apa» 

Aaaordlns to th<& Ij^^.aat. rep-^rtc, rrceived fron 
frieiiÄJi In yr^.s'^9 ths court conaiöara« tha roaa^ bullt br tha 
#a«a« a« balns usaful ta tha Oara^n 7>aioh • r^d t.^er^fort- ha was 
aaanee« cf t4lag t cocr^i»ic\t«r^ Tha rosiJ lad looahara .äI rrorad 
to tha G«stT':^o thfet thls p-irtiaulr.r crouo »Y.a /;bl€ to werk* Tha 
aiadcB er tha xhola thins !• ol#arly "^Indiaatad, by tha fact that 
tha zBaJorlty of thla group la j»w aliTa« 

Tha 9a§fi appaara to >5e "^ '"«rsoF.nl s^r^S^ß^ p^jä 
nothing alfta« Iraoa Tfds wu>9t populär «nong hla f^Hon izÄi^taa» 
M waa allowad to bacoir^ a laudar of tha illa;al Ja^-rlafc orgeinl* 
au t Ion in th^ aaap. Oriinarlly^ aucfc n rorttl^n oould not ba 
bald by aiiyona wlio had eirt^r hz^xk ^ Kapo, 

Aftror hla r^lmüsm firoa tha laat eoBoantr^tioa 
aaap^ he aaa induetad into tha Csaah Aragr^ ahara ha aarrad for 
fiTa aontha« «hlla atlll mTwinQ ba wae arr^stad and trltjd. 
On fabmipy la, 15*6, ^.h^ ?öo:a.e a CSourt eonrlet^d hlm« 

Tha Infona ti.on I ha^a laavaa aa wic.h bot ona 
aonaloaions tha or^aa waa slahaiadlaa. Era:»'^ ianyar had baaan 
aaaurad of an aoquittal^ and na^lactod to aall dafeneo wit^jaaaaa. 
roraar ^i%\lo^ Inmtaa, although thay wara prenmnt ia tha court 



A large P^roun of mm and woman hare no^v ors^nlsad 
^^ iTagua, to halp aaaura hla rala^^N^^ Th^ae i>ao-la 
togathar wlth Edith Steiaarova, Barr .ndovAk??. 346, Pra^ua XF^T * 
BarraadoT» hla flaneaa» hara aaaurad tha aarvioaa of a wmm 
attomay, JDBR Vilwm ü^uiilko» Pragua XU^ irlda naraala Fooha 23. 



Jhnm 89» 31946 



OoBt* Pag« 5 



It l8 thelr gftttten tmat thet h« !• not st^Ity» ^1»* ^l»f will 
tettlfy In Ifljll^^ ftiiA ihftt Im 0hoiild not bav% bMB trl#d 
l>f thm PeoiA^V^^xrtt ereaBU«« to tir ^rmm •oUaboratowi 
uid other traltom« 

f hl« oFB£inlsat5.iNn ot l^Md PolitlccJL 
FrlBonera 1b attMiptlng to eonvlii«« th« Dept. of Ju»ti## 0f thi 
WTong doBBi aad to obtalii a r#triÄl throus^ th« crd«r of tlMl 
■inlster of JvLBtXtm^ Dr. Frokon Oaftla% sinB« tharf$ Is mi 
appeal to - Jtidgm«iit of th» PoosdLo'a Court« 

w© rorllf^Op of oonrM, thftt It Is rm% 
poHBltle for n&i%«d &tat#e Äuthrndtlo« to Inti^rfero ^^Ith court 
pro<i«edln3f?fi »tili pouilc«« Schwer, I ttHaii^ that RU 
Sxcell^uay^ AtrbatiBr.dor Lawraixeo vSt^inhardt Äight bo in a o«l* 
tlon to US« M« influenoo to further «ly ne )h»w3 «ffort« to ob-* 
taln JftMitleo obA havo tx» cacd roop#ned» I aa coirr^nced tk^t ^ 
a»w trlrJL aftor hoejfli^ the wltiiÄBfiep of the dofond#9t will 
aoquit Mju 



Iho only rolatlosB of Ota Kraxjui p.tb cltt_ 
aaa resldento of the ünltod States of »^a^rlea. In t,hl» notl- 
tlon, OBr<?«lally MUi only brothor, Staaloy a« fidwarda ajod hlo 
wlfo -re Jolnlng »#. 

I mmalMf 

▼ory trtay yowo^ 



Telephone: 
ALgonquin 4 6616-7 




Popper & Klein, Inc. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 

300 FOURTH AVENUE 

NEW YORK 10 



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Cable Address: 
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Codes: 
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Acme Commodity Code 
Bentleys Complete Phrase Code 

LABORATORY, PHARMACEUTICAL 

SURGICAL SPECIALTIES 
AMPOULE FILUNG MACHINES 
AMPOULE SEAUNG MACHINES 
AMPOULE WASHING MACHINES 
AMPOULES, AMPOULE FILES 
HYPODERMIC NEEDLES 
SYRINGES, THERMOMETERS, ETC. 



a 30 called Selbverwaltung it 
or buildlnga.In Teresienatadt 



waa rosponalble * 



In aome camps jews were lucky enough to have 
means that jews were heads of certalr groups 
ard Osvleclm kxk he had auch a posltlon .In other words v>e 
ror a group of jews agalnat the Geatapo. 

IL^^Vr ""^I^K^ ''^''^ difflcult to have thls job.There was alwaya a threat tht 
that ir a job was not done properly my brother was responalble for It.-Tie 
Position was called In the camps KAPO. it.-ne 

In Oswleclm were the condltions za horrlble.fflucxKiumxiiMxi»B*4H*xl±k«xl»XÄ 
There were no patha between the bulldinga were thrfranSerSv; bJ^S^S^-rhe 
jews had to walk through knee deep mud when they wanted to äo In the mensr««« 
«^/„'^i*^L^°"V^K''^\'?nr''^'' h4spltal.To proof to ?he Gfstepo tha? ?he T;« 
Zl^^ll \ '^''^^'^^«y ^"ll^i « ro«<i thru the camp for thelr o»n uaa.Wlthou? thl 
road the jews got numerous slckenesses,llke typhu8,col(tts,lnfectlons of the lun^s 
j;wa'';S?erer?ess/ «^«^l«^!« i" camps and the road'was impoJtaSt tSt tSf 

Some of jewa,for Instance the 4 who are accuslng hlm,ju3t dld not want to work. 
2f«^!v® r^ a threat that the entlre Lager will be put Into gas chambers.lt 
Z,l .'^'^?.°?."'^ brother to get after these people and forced them not to Sabotage 
hai: SjJ;L\Tther:ise?: '^^ °^"^^ '^^' '"^ '^°^^«^ ^'^ ' ^-^ there.V;hat wo.ld" 

and^L°tLn5rs??e?rtrPragSef' ''"^' '^'"« '^ *"^* ^^«^^ ' ^'^' "« ^''^^ ^^^- 
ÜJSxiBXJSSfx Jt Jfixtksx^cxtxipsxjkka t 

Thls job which was very unpleasant had my brother only in Theresienstadt ^nä. Os^l 
ecl6m. When he was ir Oranienburg and in Schwarzheide he was like all the oth-ri 
irof"; camps!' ^^^ ^^""""^ ^^^""^^ ^^^"^ happened in Oswleclm,«ot what happend 

Accordlng to the Jätest reports received fron his friends in Praguo.the court 

cons Idered the road which the jews bullt in the camp as usefull for the öerraan 
Reich and therefore he Is accused to be a cooperator of the Reich* 

The fact is that wlth the woad which anyhow didn»t gjs lead anypla ce the 

jews proofed to the ^estapo that they are able to w ork and safed themselves & 
the majority of his outflt are still alife. 

To proog how he was populär and well liked was that he was elected as a mecal 
leader of the jews in the camp,xh»MlÄ if the jews wanted to make a final desperate 

stand against the Gestapo or to hand over the camp to the approsching Allied 
Armies. First the ^ewx declared that no jew can become an illegal l^fctder who ever 
a job as a Kapo,but he was so liked and successfull that they declded for him. 
It is just a strictly personal grudge nothing eise. 



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Letter to Lawrence St. 










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Honorable Sir, 



June 



As a Citizen of the United States I appeal to you to come to 

my aid . 

^ . ,, , ^ Many are AmericanI 

Our family is entirely Czechoslovakian descent.xxÄxxx^KjcxauEM- 



cit4nens,by birth or naturald)zation,but the majority re- 
mained in Czechoslovakia^xiOÄrExiiaÄy With the exception of my 
brother,the entire family ii-icluding my dear mother was extermi- 
nated by the Nazis in concehtration caraps. How happy was I when 
I learned that my only brother Ota Kraus, 30 years old returned 
fXHÄ to Prague after being interned in Theresionstadt, Oswieclm, 
Oranienburg and Shhwarzheide. My brother hardly recovered from 
his stay in the death camps and was inducted in t'he Czech Army 
where he spent about 5 month. 
A terrible newa reached me Just at the time when I exoected that 



my brother will be released from the Army.qnyFebruarv 12,1946 




ebruary 



wftfl my brother HKatTOMk atili ^ Doldi -e7 
Kourt In Prague to ten years hard prlson and is being jailed in 
Bory near Pilsen. He ka.»:^*«,^ accus ed by 4^^^ m^^^es of 
a concentrat.ion camp f4r misstreatlng them.The court consisted 
Of People who never have been in «a.ps and did not' list^to the 
n-erous witnesees ..o appeared to testify i. ,enaXf of .y .... 

her. 






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LOCUST AT JUNII>CF^ s J k € ^J 

f>HILA[>C LP* H lA 7 • f^A • 



REGINALD G.NEFZGER 

MANAGER 



Accordlng to hundreds of witnesses my brother Is not gujity at 
all and he is just a vlctlm of circumstances.He had to ia obey 
the <^"^^P^ar<is,but he was able to help and save many Inmatee. 
Without iw^ifK of my brother many inmates would have been dead. 
The sentence is a complete error, because before opening of the 
trial hls lawyer was promlsed that kcxuliii my brother will be 
freed.The lawyer theiefore did not even consider to call in the 
court room the n/^eroua witnesses , former Inmates of camps^who 
wanted to testify in behalf of him. 

IluExttBKxtKxpsatiaR The friends of my brother together with hiä 
fiancee ^.Hjfth Stelnerovä and with help of a new lawyer are 

trying hard to correct the error and are receivlng füll coope- 
^ ., ^ ^, . freed political prisoners 

ration from the Organization of the fotRiJMtRxJc»»3cic*SxSt£x§»öta*K 

The fate of mv brother the last hop» of my «atiy family.iAo is 

onal intelligent pirr^on ri i^ l be decided shortly at 
ths Dept.of JusticexifxJCiotjixKiägiAiiillÄ- whether the trial will 
be renewed. We are praying to God that our Ota regains his 
Liberty and is able to recovep after the^ 4 terrible years in 
the Death Camps. In the name of the entire family ^^ -h1 rlg^^ 

^''''" " ^ ^ ' " " ' ■■" ^ - - i i. Juiulug^ ,>e4^are aslcing 

you herewith to give us help in thi. tragedy and to co..unicate 
with Dr.Prokop Drtina the minister of the Dept.of Justice 



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LOCUST AT JUNIP>€k 5 T f^ <€ ^ T 

^HILA t>C Lf>H lA 7 • P>A • 



REGINALD G.NEFZGER 

M A IM AG E R 



who according to the latest news is able to reopen the case.4 

ÄxiuE The lawxyer who is working on the case is Ärx JUDR Vilem 

Mäsilko,Prahue XII Trfda marsäla Foche 23. The fiancöä is Edith 

Steinerovä Barrandovskä 346,Prague XVI Barandov. 

persons/so called judges/ 
In View of the fact that the 4 ^mä^ks from the 4 political pc rties] 

the hoorible/ 
who accused my brother have never been in concentration camps 

my brother really should not have been trfced by this court,where 

only traitors and cooperators with the German occupational forces 

are being tried.The court should have considered the terrible fate 

and hardships of the Jewish people who have been massmurdered in 

millions.The few who returned had been living in hell for the past| 

5 yeEES.A Jew in such cases should have been tried by people who 

lived thru the hell the con. camps and their verdict would have 

been surely different in this case. At present there is no 

appeal to the verdict of the peoples court, but the lawyer JUDr 

V.Mäsilko is trying to convince the Dept.of Justice of the great 

injustice done in this case and to rectify this matter. Unfortuna- 

tely this is the first case in the liberated country that a Jew 

who returned from a concentration camp was sentenced.The lawyer 

Dr. V.Mäsilko was recommended by the Org-.nization of the frcÄd 
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S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I. .I«MQr....A*.....«'.opp!i.r residing at ...®88....^»M....^Piioour ^0 , 

». %> (Name) (Street Address) 

!Rr.Qßx,.....|if.w..xQjij,; 

City State 



.being duly sworn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on : 



Date 



City of 

County of 
State of.— 



(b) That I was naturalized a citisen of the 
United-States ojk ^rtriÄ 
Date...*f!Älli.....^.J...A?2Q in the 

In the pew ^rk *9« 

(County) 

number 



6S 



iCk 



(State) 
of my certificate being 



*> 



(c) That I declared my intention of he Com- 
ing a citisen of the United States on: 

Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 

issued by 



issued by. 

.1Sb.i....:.iUipr«i».....<^61hb 

2. That I am ....Y^. years of age and have resided in the United States since .T:'^?S?.?.r.....^.i.....*....j||*?.. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because. 



(Court) 



.?....i?.i»...oi....?o?....it».f.?^^ 

(State reasons fully) 

Modomte 



4. That the financial status of the alien(s) is 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is ?»&?.?.*?.«? tt-SßPf.J(*....l».....^.ltln...Jn 

* » ii> ••••• (Name and address of firm) 

CSurälo«.l...Im.tr.tim«]ri.t a).3^^ ,,„,g, IKiPe^rnings amoum to $...?.».00q,00 

6. My other assets are as foUows : ti U X 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of....: .'.4.?i.**Ä.!^.l.l.ni.....46...i.15Ö....tn^^ 

(Names and ages) 

•„.«lt«l^....?B....]Bmii...:.•o 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 

:l/^$.Pl:?^..h3.ifi....!3!^.J....^:iHB^ 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 
Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Otto Krau« 


MfiU 




C'j^ncho 




Mephew 































































REMARKS 



> / 



That I am willing and ablc to rcceivc, maintain, support and be rcsponsible for the alien(s) mcntioned above while they remain in the 
^nited States, and hcreby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
.ates or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
mW be sent to day scheel at Icast until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work imsuited to their years. 

at the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledee 
j and belief. ^ 



That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose pri/ciples 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief^/belong 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

iSrflonntt ¥\XXX\\ft ^XnXtB, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the Ameri 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United 



or 




M-1684— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expirtr\v6i^.v. 







( Signatur^ f 

Subscribed and sworii to before me, a 
Notary Public, (^x^iygmfL for said County, 

thisx? day of. 



f'-n. 



Notary Pu 







Hw toFk 

Itaw Tork 



SS.: 



State of 

City of 

County of.. 

I ?iM^?^...A*...P)?PP!«! 

age.§0.../?..l.being duly sworn, depose and say: 

I reside at M®....?f?.!?.M....?.?!??..?!M?.i?....*...^^ *• 



I am a ^fgm¥r^fbSf^ff^^ Naturalized Citizen of the United States as evidenced by 

(indicate which) 

my- ?.•.?.?. Naturalisation Certificate Nol*.??.M issued on ^^....?.?.»....l??.?. 

bji!!??«.*».LM?^"....<?.r..**l^.....?!i!.P^^^^^ Court at... ^^ ''^^ 

I am....!^.?.**.**? and dependent on me for support 3??. .^.*....^....?.f?*.!?. 

(married or Single) 

I am **^.?.....P!!?..?..'..*^^^^ «took holdar of Poppor * KI#ln^ Ino.| 

supplles tnd pharaftMutiml oaohlnery. Barnlngs - tliß^OOO.OO pmr 



In addition, I have assets consisting of, 



hitm Sdiringt • S531,14| B^rmn (7) 
iMuranee pollol^s • total ci»»h v« tut 'f S^W.^^^ 
U.S» Savlnf« Band« • tot«l purah««# ir»iu« $5t7OO.O0 (»aturlty 
valu« $7|600«00), •«• •• •▼id#nMd from the tnolosed doouiMints» 



ünole ^ OU Krau«, who 1« 

1 am the. of 

twantjr-nlna (29) ^lFll''°A*^Piig<i (born Aprll^^Ö^^^^^ 



now residing at. 



Prah« I| BavoluGni 5^ Caaohoslcyvakla 



who desire to come to the United States to join me and others of the family, and whom I 
am most anxious to bring over. 

Il^o hereby promise and guarantee that I will receive and take care ||ft»y 

who applying for an immigration visa, and will at no time allow. to become 

pubhc charges to any Community or municipality. I do further promise and agree that those of 
my relatives covered by this affidavit within school age will attend pubhc school, and will 
not be permitted to work until they are of age. 

I make this affidavit for the purpose of inducing the United States Consular authorities to 
grant the visa to my said relative , and herewith submit corroborative proof as to my personal 
Standing. 

15th 

Sworn to before me this day 

Januarjr • 

of 1945. _ 



Notary Public. 



393 



Ittttf ö BuUb ai Am^rira 



State of. 
City of . 



MM...Xork.. 
»tw Ywk 

■•w York 



SS.: 



County of... 

I .?M!?.5^.....*^...?.?PP^J^ 

^g^ .f?..t)eing duly sworn, depose and say: 

I reside at •?•??■ ■-•^?iM....C?.?.«0W H • Yj 



I am a ItXI^PCkxm^^ Naturalir^ed Citizen of the United States as evidenced by 

(indicate which) ^ 

^y- --;-^- Naturalisation Certificate No... .1*2571.6.. issued on !?.Hn#... 22.^....;i.92Q. 

by..«:P?«lll....t«r»..of,tt«..8^ »«w..York 

Mrrlfd 

irried or Single) 

I am ■^^■■- -P-^^A*«»»* JM.. ■Ol« . Jtoo^^ , Ine , , 

\On Vivnm^U iwAatn» — w _< «a ^ ^ (State fully busincss or occupation, location, earnings) 

.?.r?....'??.'^*^...^??M•..^...!??!'....?<^.^!f...M, ...Ä^ of ««11081 

•??.?.^A?*...5.?^....?.^.?:?f!.??MM«?i ..^^^^^^ ^f'^miJT... ^18 1 «?? •.«> ]P*r 



I am — ■¥.??.*f.?....and dependent on me for support Sl....ii....itf....!»lf«. 

(married or single) 



In addition, I have assets consisting of.....M!r!!!....?.?.T*ML.."..f..5.31»l*J. S«V«n (7) 

?^** **T.f'^^..!^'^*.!.. ..." ^lu« *5»700,00 (uturlt/ 

^.^'**...*^.?.^.'^.?..r — ■• •▼l^eno««» fro« th« •nelos*d docuBMinta^ 



I am the. .?.??.^.f. of. 



Ot« ! rfiU8| «ho ia 
%-nty-nln. ( 2 ?) ''P^UPt^'.g. (born 'Ztitl^&^tr^& 



now residing 



at fr®??? 'r^^^^^^ö'^ ?f C»«oho»l ivakla 



who desire ' to come to the United States to join me and others of the family and whom I 
am most anxious to bring over. ' 

j^ do hereby promise and guarantee that I will receive and take care|i^jny '^•P*'*^ 

w^/J applying for an immigration visa, and will at no time allow. ™" to become 

pubhc charges to any Community or municipality. I do further promise and agree that those of 
my relatives covered by this affidavit within school age will attend puHic school, and will 
not be permitted to work until they are of age. 

I make this affidavit for the purpose of inducing the United States Consular authorities to 
grant the visa to my said relative , and herewith submit corroborative proof as to my personal 

Sworn to before me this day 



of.. 



Januarjr 



1945. 



Notary Public. 



393 



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UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftbamt of g^upport 



s.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, 



.Ii4!^.^....^^•.....^.BP•?. 



(Name) 



.ßro.Bitj.....lNiw...XQrk. 

City 

1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 

In the 



State 



residing at 

-being duly sworn depose and say : 



888 OrnrA Conooura« 

(Street Address) 



Date 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



63 



(b) That I was naturalized a Citizen of the 
Dat'.»»!!Ö2.,....10.!|^. i„ .,, 

...]H«w.,.X«!r.k Wmm 

...Äfll»..'jfOffk ^ü-'number 

(stato 1426716 



(c) That I declared my intention of be Com- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 

Date In the 



(City) 



(County) 

number 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



of my certificate being 

issued by'AP.?.?.*'.^?'....'*:*.?*....??. 

...t.h«...9.lWl?l»i-..^Mtirt 

2. That I am ....V.^. years of age and have resided in the United States since.lt.^!»>*?..r.....yj.. ...'•¥.*!'.*?. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

j?«p....!^«na«n«^ 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial status of the aHen(s) is .?^.öfl[.f.|^.t#. 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupatio« \s..Ml>PVtW ^..y^^*l^^T.AJ^}:^^M...^^ 

^ *#"•*♦ (Name and address of firm) 

(aomlO.«..l....Initr«M.nfc«.).aq^^ averageJWatf eamings amount to ^.».OpO.pO 

6. My other assets are as follows: 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of ?.^.?f.*.?.#.^ll'>* 4ö....*fl^....^.^. 

(Names and ages) 

Wfiltor IB «iid Hobert 18 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 

Ä* (Give complete address) ■" 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien(s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


>aim0 0# Lenk 


Mal« 


C8«OhO« 




Frlmd 























































REMARKS : 



That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and bc rcsponsible for the alien(s) mentioned abovc whilc they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that nonc of thcm will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be scnt to day school at least until they are sixteen years cid and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

^tpontnt 3Furtl|Pr l^tatPB, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 




(Signature of Deponent) 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County, 



this 




-day of A.D. 193. 



M-1684— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires 



Notary Public 



fflnuntg nf Kev/ York 
&tate nf ^ew York 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affiöamt nf ^amatt 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, -..I.^ido.r....A.,......eo.p.p..5.r ^^^j^j^g at . § ÖÖ...£?..?M...5..9B.9...?yZ?. 



e 



(Name) 



•BX0.nX.y..JiQ:ZL..lQr.k beingduly 



(Street Address) 



City 



1. (a) That I was born a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



State 



sworn depose and say : 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 
State of 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 

United States on : 

Date June.„.22ji 1920 i« the 

...'^e^iL.Xar.lz Br.Diix.... 

|f (ptjr)^ (County) 

....ri.(3.V/.....X..03?-]C number 

(State) 

of my certificate being..l.42.5..7.l6. 

issued by.Sp.fi.aial....':l:'.e..rm....Of 
4-1 - ((^urt) 



(c) That I declared my Intention of becont' 
ing a citisen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



(County) 
number 



(Court) 



2. That I am .....5.2 years of age and have resided in the United States since.^:..U;.:;.US.t....6., 1.9.13. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

Eca:?-i^Grm.a.naat....ij3.s.ia.anc.e 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is liOd.er-a.te 



(State whether er not the applicant is dependent on you for süppört) 

5. That my regulär occupation is....lnipor..t.er. ^_ .+iQPP.e..X?....&....m..? ^"^ j .5^0 ♦ 

f ,-. . -,-r , , \-,^^^ ,, ' ,. \r i^»J-« (Name and address of iirm) 

( am-;sifiiil...Jn.afc.ri,5a.e.nt.s ).aO.Q.....i::QiAr.mi....e.v.e .Jie average.^^iy eamings an,ount to «e....Q.Q.0....QO 

6. My other assets are as follows : annUQl 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ .: 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 



7. That my present dependents consist of --i-f .e..-rP:a.ul.i.na. . .4.Ü....anil....t.:iQ Clli.l.ö.re.n 

(Names and ages) 

'.:Lc;lt.ar....l8... a nci Robert 15 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives vv^hose names appear below, at present residing at: 



.Jvlaia....S.t.ar.nb.G.i?.i:.o.:5^.a....l., tr.aha... VII . Gze chos lo va 'cia 

(Ciive complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 



H-^imiF^ r\. Len> 



Sex 



LlaJLa. 



REMARKS : 



Data 

of 
Birth 



Jan. 27, 



Country 

of 

Birth 



Occupation 



OzQ(^.ho. 



Relationship 

to 

Deponent 



Fpiend 



ttIu^ o l'"^ *"i 2^^u ° '*^"'''^' "^l'"*l\^' Slipport and be responsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations. guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 

^^l^L""' T."""^ ^**^1: S"""^^?' ^**^' >^'"?^^ ^^ Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years o f age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years 

'^^'Ind'betT '"'"'^''"'^ ''^'''''' "'' ^" ^°^^ ^'"^'^ ^"^ P^^^^^^^ ^°"^^^^°" ^"d ^^ "^^"tally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arre«;fPr1 f^r .„ 

misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected wfth any group or o?gani^^ °" 




) 



M-1684- ORIGTNAT/ 



My Commission expires 







/ 



of Atttf rtra 

(Snutttg nf Ntw York 
»täte nf »•* Yoric 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Af ftöauit nf Support 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I, ..I«4.dor..A^ Ppppjr ,^^i^jj„g at®?.?....??.??]4....?..9.5?.f??*^«^ 

(Name) (StrwtAddreM) 

X^r.QIiJwf f«.V.W.....i^V4:.^ being duly sworn depose and say : 

City State 



1. (a) That I was born a citisen of the 
United States on: 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalised a Citizen of the 
United_3tates onj^ ^^L^ 
Date..lBinf„ 22,... W i„ the 

.Kaw....Xor.k Öroni: 

W (^iÖ^ « (County) 

.iWiW.-.XOülC number 

of my certificate bei nglAS. 5.7.1.6. 

issued b^P.f..clal...*.6:ra...of 

.th.«...S.uprtin«...t/ai&.tt 

2. That I am ..5.9. years of age and have resided in the United States sincAllg!Wl8."fc....6.t.....l9.1.3 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

.?.o!r...P.eiia.©.n.f.n.t...B«.s.ldi.no.t 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the aHen(s) is M.Qdjiir.Aib.tt 



(c) That I declared my intention of he com' 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on yöu for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is..Imp.Qr.t«r. ••...«..?.OPP.O?....??.....?.li.?t?!^.f.....?.?]!?..« 

g . .-Il^JL« (Name and address of firm) 

(S^rg.lCal.....lT».8.trm«nt..8j..30Q....F.(^^ averaglUaDSiy earnings amount to ?.,.0Ö0...QO 

6. My other assets are as foUows: fiXllXUÄl 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of W.lf «.-PaullXia .. 46.....aM...t.W0....C.Mld rfH 

(Names and ages) 

WalterJL8...and...R^^ 

8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 



Mala Stgrnbfi.rkoTÄ 1, PrÄhft^^^^V 

(Give completc address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

of 

Birth 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


lanuB 0. Lank 1 


[al« ^^ 


ran •27, 
1S18 


Czaeho. 




Priand 
























• 


































• 

m 



REMARKS 



That I am willmg and able to receive, maintain, support and bc rcsponsible for the alien(s) mentioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that nonc of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

'^^^Ind^b^rT^ mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization ji^ose princioles are contrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge zfS belief belone_tö-anv such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ' ^&— ^^ y 

irpottrtlt 3\XVX\\tX 0tatrß, That this afüdavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into tl 



issue visas 



4.A 






^^'ifAir,. 






'^^i.J'Co''' 



M-1684- DUPLICATE 



My Commission expires 




sworn to before me, a 
and for said County, 



nf Amprtra 

ClnuntH nf M<w York 
»tau nf »«w York 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Affthautt nf ÄMppnrt 



S.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



I. .liid«l!'....A.»....l*Pa).f r r«idingat?.??....?.?'.??**....5.9![»0..9???.?.<!'.. 

(Name) (Street Addrew) 

"CuIjX^.....IIÄW.....*.QK:.|K. being duly sworn depose and say 

, City 



State 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on: 



Date 



-In the 



City of 

County of 
State of.... 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalized a Citizen of the 
UnitecLStates on^ 

Date...«»flM....e.4f......f«?.lS. Tn the 

.H.Air..YaF.k Br.onx 

U (Cit*> % (County) 

.JneiSr....XOrk number 

of my certificate beingXi4.2S.74.ft 

issued b^P.f Olal...*«l»....Or 

.tM...S.uprÄW«.....tSSfc.t. 

2. That I am ..ß.V. years of age and have resided in the United States sinc^.1lß]Ölfl.t.....6.^.....1918 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

?<r....^Äm«iiint;...MfMliw 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is M.OdülX^ftlf.tt 



(c) That I declared my intention of becom- 
ing a cilizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



(Court) 



(State whether er not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is..lBp.Qrt.tr. ••-^.?.PPlP.f.?*....^.....!?t.")^.*.?'.T*.t ?)!??.• 

^ ^ /.wV** (Name and address of firm) 

(3t»|»lO.«l....ln.8tXn».nt.f).a0p...FOWtt..A^^^ averagXWnty earnings amoun, to?.|tQOO.,.Op 

6. My other assets are as follows: fiHflUÄX 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ 

7. That my present dependents consist of 5f^:lf •-•P-ÄUl.ll» 40... 0|ld... t^^ 

(Names and ages) 

Wfiltor 18 «nd Hob«rt 18 



8. That it '.„ my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at: 

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come and remain with me 


in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 






Name of Alien (s) 


Sex 


Date 

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Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


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REMARKS 



That I am willing and able to receive, maintain, support and bc responsible for the alien(s) mentioned abovc while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing inat nonc of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States er on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be scnt to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with / arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization^ whose principles.^-4rt?Vontrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge And belief, belortg to Jhy such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

fipponrrtl ^ttrlljpr ^talPH. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducinffi/(he>Ärtffirican ConsuL/fo issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives intQ f^ UilKed^tat 







aSjgnature of DeponiCnt) 

Subscribed a;«i sworn to before me, a 
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ü-ustav LehK 

Mal^ • äternberkova 1, 
P r a g u e vil 



Dear Mr. Pooper, 

I acknowledge the receipt of your letter of zhe 
l'nh instanr which Is Single Joy m tnese dreary dayg and 
I express my slncere thanks for your amlabllltv. 

My 8on 18 born m Prague on January 27»,n 1910 
ancl he has studlerl for vhe laws on ihe Prague unlversity. 
He waa compelled to break up tne study. He speaks very 
well Czecn, German, EmrUsh, Prench and Spanish. In splte 
of my relations I could not procure to hlm a poslilon here 
and so he Is constralned to emigrate, 

My son wrote In these days to Mr. Butler, Vlc«- 
Presldent or the ColumDla Universlty, New YorK, and asked 
hlm whether he would not be m a Position to contlnue hls 
studles there . He counts on galning nls llvelihood by 
glvlng lessons. Besides he Is an excellent piano player 
He has gone vhrough a course of lectures.ln Camorldge, 
England, In Swltzerland etc. He lg of Intellectual charecter 
and I fear, ror che present, he would not be an erflclent 
Dusinessman. He Is very fair and schooled and very good 
forme of social Intercourse. Dlllgent, as he I3, he will 
content himsself with every klnd of posltlons he may find 
there. ir he would succeed In galning nis suDslstence he 
will perhaps be able to take hls slster, she Is I8, to 
America. I belleve, also If I thlnk of my frlend, he Is 
a common frlend, that it will be posslble to assure an 
affldavlt, and. what Is more important, to get a Position. 

I scarcely can support the Idea to send both 
chlldren abroad, but I and my wlfe do not wlsh thali the 
Best of our chlldren 's Interest. I cannot esteem hl«h 
enough your wlllingness to help m these thoroughf ul , 
days. I would be partlcularly thanKful if you could aasist 
hlm to find a posltlon as I would not be aöle to send hlm 
money owlng to governmental restrictlons . I even fear he 
will have dirflcultles to emigrate.. Mr. Lorenz, 



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Öeneral Manapcer of the Metro Goldryn for Europe promlsed me 
to hand me a recommendaLlon to hia firm, 

May I remark that nunerous forelp:ners who asked 
for an arfldavlt wlth uhe Prague American Consulate, say 
thax thls documen-c lg ofctalnaDle solely from klnshlp. 

I thanK you heartlly, also my wlfe adds her 
thanKs for your extraordinary araiablllty. Klndly say my 
frlend, Mr. Auerbach, that I am greeting hlm cordially. 
He al^ays acted as a real gentleman. 



Wlth befft regards, 




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Dear Mr. Popper, 

These daye, Director Joseph Auerbach to ray ereat 

^^f^r^'f^v^^^'' arrived at Prague and intlmated me to en- 

t^i LJif' ??"; ^^ y""" ""^ '^^^ ^« 1" a Position to procure 
the Affidavit for ray son Hans Lenk. ^v-ure 

of Nnv^r«bi^ i*k^^ connection, I beg to refer to your llnes 
of November l4 and to my answer containlng the personal 
data required by you. I trust this hae duly come to hand. 

o.,.. -•n-ii*!' ^I^.^" *5''' *^* Situation 18 unchanged, and we 
are still looking forward to the future development. 

r,i««™-^+ *^ ^ matter of fact, my endeavor to find an era- 
ployment for my son in thle country, was frultless. 

«tv,-^ TP ^ ^^^® ^^^° communicated with numerous frlends In 
?Ji .!V?S^*^? countrles. but It appears that In mos? of 
them nelther Irmnigration nor Working Permlt can be obtalned. 

In these clrcumstances, I once more bec to tsk*. 

Itt^t^l l?fTr^?°?''*'^' requ^stlng you ?o ?ufnl°8h*5e 
ivixn xne Affidavit in accordance with youre of Nov. l^th. 

and trusting to hear goon from you, I/beg J;^^rimain 



Mr* J.A, Popper, 
c/o Popper & Klein Inc., 
300 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N.Y. 




JOHN S. EVERTS 

VICE-PRESIDENT 



COLONIAL TRUST COMPANY 

FltTH AVENUE AND TIIIRTIETH STREET 
NEW YORK 



aarch 22,1939. 



Aadrican Consul, 

Dear Sirt- 

At th# r«qu0»t of Mr. laidor© Po-pper, I 
beg to adris« you that he ia Presideat aad Treaaurer of 
Popper It Klain, Jobber» of aurgical instruaenta and 
laboratoxy suj^Llies. Thi» coneerc haa carried an account 
wlth UB slnce Jun« 193At »inca which time bdencea areraging 
in lom foor figorM haw bean fliaintainad^ and v« h&re axt^idad 
tha cc»^>any accoaaodation on thair o«i papar in lo« four f igura 
a»>aQta. Üader data of Sapt^wiber 30,1933 tha Corporation 
aada a atatas^at claiadttg a nat «orth of $28,000* «ith currant 
aasata of tUtOOO, to pay dabt of $22,000. Our experiaoca 
with tha account haa ba«a a&tisfactory and Mr. Popper, with 
wbom «e have had all our dealingSt haa alvaya impreaaed |Ki 
aa a gwitleoan of good charactar and repataticffi, and «e do 
not feel Uiat ha «oi&ld be indined to aake &ny cosaitaanta 
that he did not feel able to carzy o«t. 

JUäLlng that you hold the foregoing in confid^oe, 
«ithout reeponaildlity to this bank or the wxdter, I heg to 
reaaln. 




. S. Brarta 
rice President. 



J«n. 21, 1941 



Drt Joseph Paltltachek: 
1963 Davidson Av«, 
New York, N. Y* 



Dear Dr* Paltltaohak: 



,. ' ^J-ll you pleass com« to sae na aoma- 
tima this waak, as I would lika to talk with you 
about somathing» 

With klndnat ra garda, I ramaln 

Sinoaraly youra^ 



I . A ♦ Poppe r 



J'osef Faltitsohek,M.D. 
19Ö3 Davidson Avenue 

llie Bronx,N.r. 

Januery ? 7, 1941 



r'ir.I.A.PoT^per 
300 Fourth' Avenue 
New iork C!ity,Iv/i\ 

Dear i^ür.Popner: 



I ^ladly loin my brother, 
Oscar Faltltsohek,in pruaranteein^ that 
I Shell receive,ir)alntaln and sur)nort my 
relatives, l-rs. and lir. Felix Häuser, Vif^nna II. 
Zirkus^asse ?.9,with food,shelter,clothin^ ' 
and money after their irnmiG:ration to the 
United ata tes .In no circurastances and at no 
time I shall allow them to become a public 
charß;e or a bürden upon you« 

Please ,accept my -orofound 
thanks for your invaluable help on behalf of 
my relatives.V/henever I can be of soi^e help 
to you or your family I shall be more than P-lad. 

l/ith best wishes and re^rards 

very truly Yours, 





Ititschek 



Oscar Faltitvsohek 

1955 Davidson Avenue ,Apt.4CT 

The Bronx,N.Y. 



Janwry ? 7, 1941 



Mr. I.A. Fopp er 

300 i'ourth Avenue 

New York City, New York 



Dear Mr. Fopper: 

It Is with prent pleasure and 
sincere frratitude that I learn fron vny "brother 
iDr.^Tosef Faltltschek, tha t you are kind enou^h to 
grant an affidavlt to my relatives, Ivlr.and Ilrs. 
Felix Iiauser,Vienna II., Zirktis^asse ?0. 

I wish hereby to depose t^nd 5=?ay 
that after the iiüiQip;ration of my above said 
relatives to the United States I shall f^ladly 
provide them with all the necessery means such 
as food,snelter,clothin^ and money so that they 
will at no time and under no circunstances wil ji 
become a bürden upon you or any coTTFiunity In 
the United States, 

Once ?=^p:aln r^any thanks. 



Very trvily Y ours 
Oscnr i''f>ltitschek 



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HIAS-ICA EMIGRATION ASS'N 

Paris, Franoe 



OFFICERS 

Presid9nt 

Abraham Herman 

Vice-PresidenUt 
Jacob Massel 
Albert Rosenblatt 
Samuel A. Telsey 
Solomon Dingol 
Alired Decker 
Frederic R. Mann 
Harry K. Wolff 
Harris Poorvu 
Julius Shafer 

Treasurer 

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Associafe TT9aauT0r 
Nathan Schoenield 

Honorary Secretory 
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Executive Dbector 
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

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Aaron Benjamin 
Dr. James Bernstein 
John L. Bernstein 
M. Edward Bernstein 
Rabbi A. D. Burack 
Elias A. Cohen 
Jacob H. Cohen 
S. Dingol 
Morris Feinstone 
Harry Fischel 
Hon. Jonah J. Goldstein 
Samuel Goldstein 
Herman J. Greenhut 
Murray I. Guriein 
Reuben Guskin 
Adolph Held 
Abraham Herman 
Harry G. Herman 
PhUip Hersh 
Alexander Kahn 
Mrs. Leon Kamaiky 
Dr. Elihu Katz 
Harry Long 
Dr. David Linetzky 
Rev. H. Masliansky 
Jacob Massel 
David Pinski 
Albert Rosenblatt 
Joseph Schlossberg 
Nathan Schoenield 
B. Shelvin 
Hon. Adolph Stern 
Samuel A. Telsey 
Benjamin J. Weinberg 
Morris Weinberg 

Women's Division 
Mrs. S. M. Fassberg 
Miss Elizabeth Lesser 

Hias Council of Organixationa 
A. Baron 
Louis Gallack 
Bamey Greenberg 
Arthur S. Samuels 
Ralph Raphael 
Louis Zati 

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November 13, 1940 



Mr. Je A. Popper 
300 4th Avenue 
New ^ofk City 



Dear Mr. Popper: 



re: Felix k Leopoldine Sara HAUSER 
Vlenna 



We reoently wrote you concerning 
the transportation expenses required by the 
above in Order to proceed to the United 
States. This matter should be attended to 



at once» 



Please let us have your reply by 



return mail» 



jincerely yours. 





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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 



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MAX J. SCHNEIDER 

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JACOB MASSEL 
HON. JONAH J. GOLDSTEIN 
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN 
S. DINGOL 
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REUBEN GUSKIN 
BENJAMIN J. WEINBERG 

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425 LAFAYETTE STREET — ALgonqu in 4-2900 — NEW YORK 




September 24, 1940 



Mr« J« A* Popper 
300 Fourth Avenue 
New York City 



Dear Mr. Popper: 



Re: Felix & Leopoldine Hauser 
Vienna II, ZArku3g>29 



Please refer to our letter of Aug- 
ust 13th. We would appreciate your advising us 
whether you have forwarded the required documents 
in behalf of the above. 

Very sincerely yours. 





for Isaac !• Äsofsky, 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTCR 



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MAURICE LEVIN 

ALBERT ROSEN BLÄH 

MAX J. SCHNEIDER 

Co-Chairmen 

JOHN L. BERNSTEIN 

MORRIS FEINSTONE 

ABRAHAM HERMAN 

yice-Chairmen 

HARRY FISCHEL 

Treasurer 

NATHAN SCHOENFELD 

As sociale Trcasurcr 



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Secretary 



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COMMIHEE 

SAMUEL A. TELSEY 

Chairinan 
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HON. JONAH J. GOLDSTEIN 

SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN 

S. DINGOL 

MURRAY I. GURFEIN 

REUBEN GUSKIN 

BENJAMIN J. WEINBERG 

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August 13, 1940 



Mr. J, A, Popper 
300 Fourth Avenue 
New York City 



Re: Felix & Leopoldine Hauser 
Vienna II 
Zirkusgasse 29/II/IT/13 



My dear Mr. Popper: 



We have received a letter from our Vienna Office in behalf 
of the above named for whom you were kind enough to fumish 
an affidavit. However, you failed to attach to your affi- 
davits sufficient corroborative proof of your income and 
assets, and therefore the American Consul will not consider 
the application. 

We are enclosing herewith a memorandum indicating the docu- 
ments which now must be fumished and would appreciate your 
forwarding them as soon as possible. Kindly advise us when 
you do so. 

Very sincerely yours. 



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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 



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August 20,1940 

Dr» Joi«f Paltltacbak 
1953 Dovldaon Ave» 

« 
■y dtar ^t^ ftiltltadheki 

I would v«ry muoh appreolata It If 
yoa ecnild atop In to aea m« when In tha nalghbor 
hood« 

Wlth klndast regarda, I ramaln 

Slnoarely youra. 



I^A^Fonpar 







HEBREW SHELTERING AND IMMIGRANT AID SOCIETY 

425 LAFAYETTE STREET, NEW YORK 



Telephone ALgonqoin 4-8900 



Sept. 9,1940 



Foreign Central Oiiioe 

HIAS-ICA EMIGRATION ASS'N 

Paris, Franoe 



OFFICERS 

President 

Abraham Herman 

Vice-Presidents 
Jacob Massel 
Albert Rosenblatt 
Samuel A. Telsey 
Solomon Dingol 
Alired Decker 
Frederic R. Mann 
Harry K. Wolä 
Harris Poorvu 
Julius Shafer 

Treasurer 

Harry Fischel 

Associafe TreasuTer 
Nathan Schoenfeld 

HonoTOTY Secrotory 
Samuel Goldstein 

Executive Director 
Isaac L. Asofsky 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Morris Asofsky 
Aaron Benjamin 
Dr. James Bernstein 
John L. Bernstein 
M. Edward Bernstein 
Rabbi A. D. Burack 
Elias A. Cohen 
Jacob H. Cohen 
S. Dingol 
Morris Feinstone 
Harry Fischel 
Hon. Jonah J. Goldstein 
Samuel Goldstein 
Herman J. Greenhut 
Murray I. Gurfein 
Reuben Guskin 
Adolph Held 
Abraham Herman 
Harry G. Herman 
PhUip Hersh 
Alexander Kahn 
Mrs. Leon Kamaiky 
Dr. Elihu Katz 
Harry Long 
Dr. David Linetzky 
Rev. H. Masliansky 
Jacob Massel 
David Pinski 
Albert Rosenblatt 
Joseph Schlossberg 
Nathan Schoenfeld 
B. Shelvin 
Hon. Adolph Stern 
Samuel A. Telsey 
Benjamin J. Weinberg 
Morris Weinberg 

Women's Division 
Mrs. S. M. Fassberg 
Miss Elizabeth Lesser 

Hias Council o/ Organizations 
A. Baron 
Louis Gallack 
Barney Greenberg 
Arthur S. Samuels 
Ralph Raphael 
Louis Zats 

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Mr. J.A.Popper 
300-4 th Avenue 
New York City 

Dear Mr. i^opper: 



Re: Felix 8c Leopoldine ara HAUSER 
Vienna 



We have received an airmail letter from cur 
Cornmittee abroad informing us that the above 
may hope to roceive an immigration visa pro- 
vided the American Consul is shown that trans- 
portation has been arrangedt 

You undorstand that the prospcctive' immigrant 
is anxious to emigrate and appeals to you to 
make this possible» Will you"*kindly advise us 
whether you are prepared to make available tho 
necessary fundSf 

In View of the importance of the matter^ we 
hope yoü will give the request your iramediate 
and serious consideration and advise ua^ 



Vory sincerely yours. 




for Isaac L» Asofsky 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 



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Dear Mr. Popper: 

you were kind enoS/^h tn^S^f ^i* affective that 
her husband. ^ *° ^"^^^^ *° "^ «o^sin ^.nd 

band that you^hlll'leSt X.°p.''^^" ^°"^ ^^^^P^"*^ 

invaluable help whenever the opportLity°ocS. 
hope will ?ri«vL«hi^?'' r'^r öecision whlch I 

convenient to you. ^^^^^"^"^ Interview ata time 

to you and your faSily »atter.kV^blessln^ 

very sincerely yours ^ 




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-^r. Josef Poltitschek: 
33*20 BZrd ^t. 
Jaccson Halghts, L^I^ 



My d«ar Dr. Paltltachek: 

_ . I aclmowläd^^e receipt of yoiir dear 

letter of I^ay 1, and v/lsh to soy thöt I heve 
also. In the meantlme, recelved a lettor from 
your friends in Vlenna. I wo dd suf^-est thot 
you come to aee me regnrdlng thla r«tter, but 
I wont to teil ou now that I doubt whether 
I will be able to do somethli^» 



rognpds 



In the meantl-ne, I rem In wlth kirnest 



Slncerely yours^ 



I^A ♦Popper 



lAPrCDP 



J.A. Fopper 

300 Fourth Avenue 

New York City, New York 

IVlay 9,1940 



The American Consul 
The American Consulate 
Vienna ,Oermany 

Honorable Sir: 

If you are so kind as 
to ^rant visas to Mr.Felix Hauser and 
i.irs. Leopold ine Hauser, Vienna II., 
Zirkusse sse ?9 I shall be more than 
glad to maintain for ever Mr.Felix 
Hauser and Mrs. Leopold Ine Hauser and 
to provide them with shelter,food, 
clothing and necessary raoney.Under no 
circumstances they will become a public 
charf^e. 

Please ,accept my sincere 
thants for your courtesy in the matter. 

Respectfully yours, 



J^A^Popper 



DB JOSEF FALTITSCHEK 

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Deer Mr. Popper: 



-. , ^^ Enclosed you wlll.pleaae. 
find the so called friendship-letter 
which 1 beg you to sip;n. 

^^ ^ ., ^^^^ again I wish to sssure 
you that this is a fomality only.and 

^^^'^iP "°"'^ "^^^^ ''^y oblif^ation or trouble 
in taking care of these my relatives when 
they have entered this country. 
V AA* ^ -^le^se.complete the affidavit 

S.h o f», ^^f^^^^^^y additional certlficates 
such as thosa of taxation.life Insurance etc. 
anü let me know when everything is arranged 

^^^ ^^ . ^"^® *^^* ^ shail bear in mind 
for ever the invaluable help that my relatives 
were given by you and accept the expression of 
my most profound thanks in advance. ^°° °^ 

family ''^^^^ ^®^* regards to you and your 

very sincerely your; 



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I>r. Joacf I^nititochok 



of k©v er^d Qlao th« enclostire, '* for w>^lcb 

I thönk you,*' 

In View of the foct thct I eir? of tbt 
opinion tb^t I an not inaare nrid I do rot da* 
slre to con^it aulcide, I e'^ sorr^» to Rtnt« 
thnt I an not q'^Ic tc conply wltl/vour reouent 
of aerdinr^ to .-oiir rolctives r. lett^r of 
gunrantee,^ 03 oitlined in yoa? iQtter,^ 

I leve n ^'enily to «uTport end I cm 
not in a iX>sition to rnalre such (^inronteers ro 
70^ requestcd nc. 

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-being duly .^brn depose and say : 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the (b) That I was nckfiraHseda Citizen o1f|the 
United States on: TTm'tpH <;fatpc r^ru^ Ä T I 



Date 



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2. That I anCo years of age^imd have resided in the United States sine 

3. That the undermentioned aHen(jr desire(s) to come to the United States Jjirfause 

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(c) That I de dar cd my intention of be Com- 
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Date In the 



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number 



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issued by. 



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(Stfte^liether or not the ^gpiicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulay^cupationXnpOP-ti^dB^" 

6. My othenÄssets are as follows: ^ fÜnnUfil 

(a) B&nk account $ ---|.- -?i V--(b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of poHcy(ies) $ 

(cf Real Estate $ 

;arly income ffoi^ rentals of Real Eg||fte $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and Knds $ 

That my pr^t dependen.s cog#t of "If »-1-otr Jämn^fcjÄHrt- •tWÖ--ömirrrih 

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8. ^^hal| iT is my intention a^ desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 




come and reirypn with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



ime of Alien (s) 



L0 O Liebe rw«x»th 




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Birth 



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Occupation 



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Deponent 



REMARKS 



That I am willing and ablc to reccivc, maintain, support and be rcsponsible for the alien(s) mentioned above whilc they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be ptit to work unsuited to thcir years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledce 
and belief. * 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whöse principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and/belief, belong7o any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

Srpnttritt Jurtljrr ^tal^H, That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the^^^^l^^n Con«ül to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the ~" '* 




(^nature of Depc^nent) 

Subscribed ahd sworn to before me, a 
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Bb?#L6o Liebe mrepth 

Vienna III •, 

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Auf Brauchea Ihrts M«8lgen 
Herrn Schwagers uebersende ich Ihnen büiliegerd des 
«•wuenschte Affidavit unä hoffe ich^daiis Sie nunmehr 
rechtzeitig das ^insranaerungs-Viaura erhalten werden. 



und zeichne 



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% Form 3806 (Rev. Jan. 21, 1935) 

Receipt for Regklered Article No. . _ 

Resistered at ^Ke Po.t Office indicat«dH|ij rt»o I>o«Ui««ckW 

Fee paid J--^ cents Class postage 

Declared value Surcharge paid, $- 

Return Receipt fee Spl. Del'y fee 

Delivery restricted to addressee: 

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The Sender should write the name of theiSdreäseeon back hereof as an identilication. 
and submit this receipt in caae of inquiry of appHciition for indemnity. 

Registry Fees and Indemnity. — Domestic registry fees ränge froin 16 centa for indeinnity not 
exceeding $5 up to $1 for indemnity not excoeding $1,000. The fr-e on domestic rcgistered matter 
without intrinsic value and for which indemnity is not paid is 15 cents. Consult postmaster as to 
the specific domestic registry fee« and surcharges and as to the registry fees chargeable on registered 
parceUpost packagea for forcign covintries. Fees on domestic registered C. O. D. inail ränge from 
25 oents to $1.20. Indemnity claims must be filed within one year (G. O. D. six months) from date 
of mailing. U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTIN6 OFFICE oS — 6852 



Leo Lieberwerth 
Ungargasse 2 
Vienna III 
Germany 



(Husband) 



Born Aug 12, 1867, 

in ^ygniowka near Lemberg, Poland. 



Paula Lieberwerth 



(Wif e ) 



Born July 28, 1879, in Vienna. 



-*^1« Income Tax 

— 2. Dun & Bradstreet 
-*^. Bank Lett:er 

'--4. Metropolitan Life Ins. 

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hTfi*!fJ^!Lf*!* »apiere, Ihre Vl8uin£n«elesenheit betreffend, 
nier eingelangt sind». ' 

!S!-*T?*'w^!^-^'' Verzcet;«runden zu verraelCen, 8»U«n Alfldnlta 

e?n iJ??^L?^^^'^f^"'' ^^''^''" aufgestellt sein, iul.es.l i.t 
ein Affidavit fuei'>lne gan ie Fanilie, bestehend aus Llteim 

Sn .nr^«^ ^^^•'^®^''i'-^'' Xindem, sofern die ganze Ftonilie m 
ti?*V T^ ^'•'•^®^ ^^°*® eehoert and zus&ramen die Ausreise an- 
i'l'^' Kxraen verschiedene Quoten in Frage oder bewerben sich 
eo?oichr'iord"^n!^' (jetremit, » muessen retrenntc Affidavits ein- 

J.!^«H? Ihnen zur Kenntnis gebracht, dass Auswendciun^sviscn 
fucr die \ersinigton Steaten von Aiiorika nur nach der Rclhon- 
folgo der VoriücDcuiie-cn der Tiaimbcworbcr ausgestellt werden" 
^«^ f! f^6C"*Portig eile aittcloupopaolschcn Quoten crsch^opft 
werdon! »^»«mcrn erst in mohrorcn Monaten crhecltlloh soin 

JtJ^*. ?^° ^°^\ kGincji VormGrkbicon ausgcfu :11t haben, kocnncn 
rJnn^ ?J vormerken; die hiozu erforderlichen Forr-iulare sind b-.im 
GcnoTc Ikonsulat crhaoltlich. Die Dokuucnt. werden nur nach der 
5^J^ ?^'^^/-'' ''»rt'-listc ucbcrprucft; srllt.n sie nicht aus- 
reichend 8- in, werden Sic rechtzeitig »orctacndigt werden, um 
di^ f-hlcnucn Unter lL,^..n bcibrlngon zu ko-nnon. 



Vorhv^rijo muondlioho und schriftliche Anfre 
zwcc! los» 



ihnd Ocsuche sind 



Vc.rs-i-'.ndif- n Sic I:ir.n Buorg.n '^•\*f'>% ' 
vom Erhalt dos Affidavits, 



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Direktor Ing» Joseph Porster 
Äien XII-Bahnzeile 41 • 



'^ien am ly . März 1938» 



Lieber Freimd! 

Im letzton Jahre sind wir vollständig ausser 
Kontakt gekornmen und ioh weiss nicht, was der Grund ist* loh habe 
-Dir vor einem halben Jahre geschrieben, ohne dass ioh bis heute 
auf diesen Brief irgend eine Antwort bekommen hätte, lilinzig und/ 
allein hast Du mir Deinen obligaten Keujahrswunsoh üba^mittelt. 
Ich möchte gerne wieder einnial von Dir hören und versichere ioh 
Dir, dass ioh Dir auch weiter in Freundschaft zugetan sein werde* 
^, f So nebenbei bemerke ich, dass ich seit einer ^i^oohe 

Direktor der Kabelfabrik ibin. 

Bei dieser Gelegenheit möchte ich für einen meinei 
Herren, Ing.Felix Lion, der seit 14 Jahren in meinem Werke und ei: 
ausserordentlich tüchtiger Arbeiter war und dem ioh menschlich sah^ 
zugetan bin, weil er sehr brav und anständig ist. Deine Hilfe in 
Anspruch nehmen. Nachdem er Nichtarier ist, will er Österreich ve; 
lassen und in Deine neue Heimat ziehen, ohne dass ioh Ihm irgendni 
zvigeredot hätte. Zu diesem Zwecke ist es für genannten Herren not« 
wendig, dass er ein affidavit für seine i^^inreise nach Amerika vc' 
legt» Nachdem er keinen Menschen in der neuen Welt hat, der ihm 
behilflich wäre, so möchte ich Dich fragen, ob Du das tun kanns" 
ohne dass Du ein Risiko auf Dich nimmst, denn er würde mir hier : 
irgend einer Art Bürgschaft leisten. Ich wäre Dir sehr verbunden 
wenn Du meinem Vy'imscho Hechnung tragen würdest* 



- 2 - 



loh möchte noch hinzufügen^ dass Herr Ing.Lion mit 
seiner Schwester, welche Ärztin ist, auswandern will^ Es käme 
also auch für seine Schwester das affidavit in Präge 

Ich bitte Dich bald von Dir hören zu lassen und 
möchte ich auch in meiner neuen Stellung mit-S^r- sehr gerne in 
Verbindung bleiben 



MWa^w^x^ 



Daten für das affidavit: 

Ing-Pelix Lion 

geboren 7#V^l897 in Wien 

VIII.Hamerlingplatz 9 



J^r. Marianne Lion 
Geboren 8.I.1894 in Wien 
VIII.Hamerlingplatz 9» 



Erbitte Antwort und Affidavit mit Plugpost 



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Dr. Mariarme Lion 

Haimerllngplatz 9 
Vienna VIII 

Germany 



Born Jan. 8, 1894. y^^ 



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1. Income Tax 

2. I>un & Bradstreet 
Z. Banlc Letter 

4. Metropolitan Life Ins. 

5. Mutual Life Ins. 



HETHER NAME. BuSl^4ESf AND STREET ADDRESS CORRESPOND «ITH..«)UR INQUIRV 



ferurata h 
-?Ät»rjr Snpfiics 



OW TOM CWI, I.T, 
{*•€• #2c) 



RQD OP OPIHAIIOI (CoatM.) 

i looat«<i m a ■Idtovn botlnaa« dlstrlet 
p ««plojad, a«««rdlng to bualn««« aot- 

FIRX HAZAKD 

[laga. Mhiota ara alMlUr, mrm in aoriMil 
K « naat appaaraaaa aad aarahandiaa la 



?• 51, 1957 



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27, n- 



B»pt-, 50, 195Ä 















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50, 1958 j 



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LliBILIfns 

AaaooBta Pajabla | 8,äi7.5k 
lotaa ft Trada Aeaap. '"^'^^ 
'■y»Wa 5,659.05 

Loaaa from bank» 5,000.00 



fötal eorrant 22,951^.05 



Capital 8t «ak 
•orplva 



«6,355.50 



fötal 

Itov. 16, 1958 POPPIR ft 
sl. A. Pappar, Praa. 



5l,T00.5l^ 
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PLEASE NOTE «THETHER NAME, BUSINESS AND STREET ADDRESS CORBESPONS WITH YWJR INQUIRV 



POPPIB * ILlIl, iBO. Jobbars Supglo«! mr TOM CHT. I 

iMtruiMnts It (Pag« ^j.) 

L«b»r«toxT^lttp»ll«i 
■•▼nib«r l6^ 1958 

invMtory, but Pepp«r «tat*» ttaat la tbl« partloular typ« of buai» 



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•ndora«« by tb« •ffletr«. 

»^ --l^^^« iadabtadn«»« !■ kMvy, th« aanagaMat ia apparaBtlr abla 

p«7 Ita obligat iona proaptly« 

laldor« A. Poppar, tha prlnalpal ona at lataraat in tbU b«al-> 



attantlTa ta affalra. 



1200 110 



P*DUI 



110 



U50 



2150 1269 






( Jttoa 

TIRMS PAZIURS 
2-10 Proz Dlaa 



2-10 



Dlaa 
Diso 



1-10-30 Diso 

lat 30 Diso 

1-10-30 Diso 

2-10 Prox Diso 
I 60 

2-10 Promt 

2-10 KOH Pro^>t 

i-lO-30 Slov 50 



lat aala 



9fl nm« 18 BttTT 



'^Tm'TTT 



leid alaea 1929 te lay« 

1938. 
Sold alaaa Oat. to Iot. 

1937. 
leid alnaa fapt. 1936 te 

■ar, I95öe 
•eld alaea laf 1933, ta 

data, 
•eld alnaa Wtsr 1937 te 

■«J. 1958. 
Sold slnoa ■aj, i»5 ta 

■ar. 1938. 
Sold alnaa De«* 1^3 to 

^ly* 1937. 
Seid alnaa Apr. 1935 to 

■oT. 1937. 
Seid alaea 1932 to Fob. 

1958. 
Seid f er yra. te Mar, 

1938. 



HI« nfABLISHKD BDSIIBSS Ali MlZVACTOitr, 




^^, AugasL 1936. 



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Pinna 

Popper u.Klein» 

New York» 

Ich beetätigedden Empfang Ihre wt. Schreibens 
vom 7. (3l^U. und danke Ihnen für Ihre Liebenswördifekeii, :iit 
welcher ^ie sich riieiner ßach? an^enoramon haben. Den beurag 
von Doller 4.15 für dae Inserat huDe ich Ihnen sofort nach ii-rbbH 
IhreseSchreibens überwiesen und hoffe ^ie bereits in Besitze 
desselben. 

9i'^ mir /Manko initgeteilt uat, empfftblan 
Sie mir als. Vertreter die Pinna Naus Iriiainin^s a.Co., 1,:)69 
Brod^vay, l^ew York und BCureibe gleichzeitig, an die >ircia. 
Die von Zdenko bei Ihnen zurückgelassenen t^luster wollen frdl. 
an die Firma i^aus übergeben. Leider hat Zdenko keinen Konfek- 
tionär besucht und hatte gern erfahren, ob die d'^r Ligen Kon- 
fektionäre die gangaber •^t^ippelartikel hier kaufen, oder die 
dortigen iirzeuger bevorzugen. 

Falls eB Ihnen möglich ist, bliebe ich Ihnen 
sehr verbunden, wenn Sie bei einer Ferlmutterknopfföbrik ev. 
b#Schwanda eine Preisliste für i: er! mutterknöpfe in allen 
Qualitäten und Grössen einfordern würden, da iiit ich mich über- 
zeugen kann, ob ich mit dorti^^en Perlmutierknopffabriken kon- 
kurieren kann. Vielleicht könnte ein Ihnen bekanr^ter Knopf- 




^"-'^^^^^^ 



Ich danke Ihnen im Vorhinein für ^ Ihre Mühe 
und falls »^ie irgendwelche Angelegeniieiten in der C.S.R. 
zu erledigen brauchen, dann bitte auch über mich ungeniert zu 
verfügen. 

Ich sehe Ihrer frdl. baldigen Hückäusserung 
gerne entijegen und begrüsse i^ie 

hochachtungsvoll 



President 
Mrs. Leo Sulzberger 

Honorary Presidents 
Mrs. Alexander Kohut 
Mrs. William D. Sporboro 

Honorary Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. Irving Lehman 
Mrs. Henry Morgenthau 
Mrs. Frederick Nathan 
Mrs. Oscar S. Straus 
Mrs. Henry Zuckerman 



f]eu,yo 



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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN 

165 WEST 46th STREET 

LOngacre 3-3905 

SERVICE FOR FOREIGN BORN 



Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. Henry s. Hendricks 
Mrs. William de Youno Kay 
Mrs. Nathan Straus 
Mrs. Julius Wolff 

Treasurer 
Miss Ethel H. Wise 

Recording Secretary 
Mrs. Sydney B. Erlanger 

Corresponding Secretary 
Mrs. Myron S. Falk, Jr. 

Executive Director 
Mrs. Clarence M. Lewis 



Mrs. Sydney b. Erlanger 
Chairman 




Miss Augusta mayerson 
Director 




October 24, 1938 
Vg 2797 

Mr, I. A. Popper 

Popper & Klein Inc. 

ZOO Fourth 4ve. 

ITew York City • 

My dear Mr. Popper; 

'.Ve have received a comrnunicp.tion from abroad v;hich mght 
ccncern you as it coraes from an individual to whom you may 
De related or in whorn you may be interested. 

fould you be kind eno^jgh to come to the office on Tnesday 
from 10 to 5 o»clock, on -.Tednesday from 10 to Z o»cloc^^ or 
on Thursday from 2 to 5 o»clock. * * 

If it is inconvenient for you to cw, please telephone. 

Very truly yours, 



BS: La 






B. G-oldberiT 





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Octt 25, 1038 



Kaw York Sectlon of th« 
Rational Council of Jewlah V/omen. 
165 ''\ 46 th St^ 
Her; York» 

Re; Pß 2797. 
My dsGir Büng öoldborg:* 

I an ref erring to your letter of 
Oct# 24, also convQraatlon I had wlth roa, a^l 
wlsh to ©dvlse that I will ftcrnlsh on affldavtt 
to 'Or^ Marianne Llon of Vlenna* 



Yüurs txrjly, 

ItA, Popper- Pz^3« 



c^w» 



^eard Sc Linke ine. 
230,F^fth Ave. 
New-York City. 



Cctober 12,1938 



Dear Mr. Pooper , 



Anbei sende ich Ihnen das vor einigen Tascen erhal- 
tene Telecrramm, dessen Inhalt mir unverstaendlich ist. Ich denke es 
ist am besten, Sie w??rten mit der Fertigstellung der noch versproche- 
nen Affidavits bis wir den Brief erhalten. 



Recht herxliche Gruess 



Ihr 




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Dr. Marianne Lion» 
Hammerllngplatis 9 
Vlenna VIII., 
Gozknany ^ 



December 3rd,1938 



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Beill^end uebersen^e ich Ihnen 
das von Ihnen gewuenschte Affidavit und hoffe ich,dafis Sie 
das Visum zur Einwanderung rechtzeitig eifialten 
werden • ■ 



und verbleibe ich 



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Utiea» Maw Tark 
SaptMiber 15, 1938 



.« f!^!!? T!^^ •' ^•'^•^ '^•■•* ^^* ^•««i^e^ a co«w«iicati« fr« 
o»# r#lix Li#B. 2 Avenue Feck, Chelles (S, et M. ) France. Mr Lien it 

naae ae a possibla seurce ef intereat and ai*. 

The followlng facta about Mr. Lien were nentioned ky hl« in hie 
request for cooperatien: ^ 

He is a well^known cable and rubber expert. 

1.U V /• ''f! invitad last Ifay te read a paper abeut electrical cable 

Jtumal ia^May^lJal!'"^**'* biography was printe« in Th. Ihdia Bubber : 

*u V ■^" ff^y "^' *** deiraxi "Kautschuk" at Borlin raprlnted a part «f 
tue above nsntiensd papar, an honor aeearded only 14 «f 140 papar«. 
** 1 V T*«.^*"* 'arbenindustrla invit-ad hi«, a non-aryan, ta work ia 
its laboratariea at Ludwigshafen and Uverkusaa in July, 

+- v,< + ^ri'u^' *'*''? ProMised hia th« sum of #1200 which will be availabls 
to hin to aid his eoaing to tho U. S* 

r«.,».^r^i f.^v't" <'*""'^<*«'" **»• request of Mr. Uon and advise the 
Council ofJewish Wonen through .e as t« your wiHingness t. help hl« te 
uiBigrate to this country and procura empleyment. 

Sincerely yours, 

tfrs« 8.& Kantar 



^iig 25, lolsa 



■r. Felix Lion^ 

2 Avonue -^och^ 

Chelles (Sölne et Marns) 

Frence« 



Dtar ^r^ Lian:- 



^ I an oontemplnclnz l^snlnii -n Gffldf^vlt 



for you öiid your deer .slster anö wnuld vindly of^k you 
orto Vienna. "^ ^^^ "^ '^""^ "'^ ^'^^'^^ t^o France^ 



to sena la« all the detrlls necegs.-^ry, p igo a^-ls, 



3lncorely yours^ 



I.A. Popper 



,w^ 



%s» S,S. Kontor, 
1911 Hiltesboro St» 
Utice, N.Y» 



Dbpt Mrs. Kantor:« 



Sept» 19, 1938 



I nm In receipt of your letter of 
3ept« 15, end wlsh to say thet I will furniah an 
affidf.vlt for Tlr. Felix liion, and hl 3 sl^ter 
Dr. Marianne Llon« 



Sincerely yours. 



I.A.Popper 



I 



€nuntg nf Ki 



UNITED STATES LINES 



I, 



^.8M.««r....ii.»....P©ppi.r 



s.S. 



Prepaid Ticket No. 



(Name) 



BrioiÄ» B«w. Xoric 

City 



1. (a) That I ims hörn a citisen of the 
United States on: 



.residing at .686 ..C^.r.And....QiQ(iio.cnira.e 

(Street Address) 



State 



.being duly sworn depose and say 



Date 



.In the 



City of 

County of. 
State of.... 



(b) That I was naturalized a Citizen of the 

In the 



United States on . 
Date....??.l»tti....lJ.3^....19.aO. 



(City) 



(State) 

of my certificate being. 
issued by 



B«»..Xork 3rcmx 

Na« ^%^lr (County) 

^.•.^.....•.w:« number 

(State) \/L^^\titl 

of my certificate being.*. *.^*r..f..'**r 

issued by...ap.«lÄl..Ji!«ra..Of. 

mf.....Stip.riRi.t...^.lSi^t 

2. That I amV.V. years of age and have resided in the United States since...All;33ilR.t....6.^....19.13. 

3. That the undermentioned alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

^^.isiit..A'3.TmimMn%.j^m)i^ 

(State reasons fully) 

4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is Mod^THtS 



(c) That I declared my intention of becotn- 
ing a Citizen of the United States on : 
Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(Court) 



(State whether or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is..?nPOrt6 » ^-^Qpp«ir..& ...al«.ln^....Inft4i 

^ *^ ^X, m (Name and address of firm) 

( ^Uri^lQ.öl....4natinmfiIltÄ)i3C»-..i^-OUltll-. Av«.^....KtW-...^ average «M^arnings amount to $.?.».QOPj,pO 

6. My other assets are as follows : OlWtlö X , 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ : 

7. That my present dependents consist of l-.4.^^..**..'.Wy.l.|.|».....46.. ttf^^ 

(Names and ages) 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at : 

l^f»miiiVl%xii^vXn%.%...9..,.yXm 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time 


as they may become self-supporting. 






Name of Alien (s) 


Sei 


Date 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Dr. !4oriam« ULon 


F«B, ] 


/•ua tritt 


Physlolan 


\ TUnd 































































REMARKS 



That I am willing and able to reccivc, maintain, support and bc rcsponsible for the alien(s) mcntioned above while they remain in tlie 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guarantecing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States ; and that any who are under sixteen years of age 
will bc sent to day school at Icast until they are sixteen years old and will not bc put to work unsuited to their years. 

"^^^and^bd^ef^^ mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arres<^ for any <rri«e or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose/principles are cZtrarv 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and bd?ef belonff to >^ such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. ^ ' ^ y^ ^ 

Brpottf nt Jwrtifrr ^tatrB. That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the i 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the Unit< 



to issue visas 






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Resiatcred at the Post Ofice indiraf <(i<cijiWyM't|»j«Jk*^<' 



M-1684— C 



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Form 3806 (Re . Jan. 21, 1935) 

Receipt for Registered Arlicle No. 

heJF 

Fee paid L . ?s.„ . cenis Class posiage . . . 

Declared val fae Surcharge paid, $ 

Return Receipt fee -__ , Spl Del'y fee 

Delivery restricted to addressee: 

in person , or Order Fee paid 

Accepting employee will place bis initials i 
indicating restricted delivery, 

^0^-^^f^^TER,^r. ....._. ■ /.■„/,^,. rMAlLING OFFICE) 

without intrinnio value and forwhiÄdom'Ä SitTakl i 15 c:nU cZulV::;[':'''*'f """'^f' 
the specific doniesric reeistrv fpen anH ■■ir,.V.ur„-.. ^ i . .u '•^. <=•«»"• Consult postinaater aa to 

o?Ä„;^ *'■''■ ^-'^*--'- «"-- '-^ ^^ «'-«i -ÄiH^e ;rral).^b.'iix".o's?i)X'^!ia°s 

U.S. aOVCRNMENT PRINTIN« OFFICI 06—8862 



(Signature of Deponent 



Subscribed and iworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, iiv-and for said County^ 

thisy'/.. day of tpf^ A.D.aö3/C 




lotary Pubhc" 




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\S\doK A. Pof per^ co^t-ecTiofJ 



Q'fS^' 



LviN^t , OTT o 



of Amprira 



UNITED STATES LINES 

Afftbamt nf S^uppnrt 



»tuU n f "•» ^Ogfc 



S.S. 



Frcpaid Ticket No,. 



liudolph waisak^f 



I, .^. residing at 

being duly sworn depose and say : 

City State 



1475 Pophnn /vorm« 



(Street Address) 



1. (a) That I was hörn a Citizen of the 
United States on : 



.In the 



Date 



City of 

County of. 



State of. 



SS 



(City) 



(b) That I was naturalised a citisen of the 
Lt^..».r:Wt.....W16. i„.He 

Ilew ^ork 

.r.f^....fr?.^* number 

of my certificate beingY^.^.Tf^frf 

issued by..^4»^?*?:«^...^?^...M.. 



(c) That I declared my Intention of be Com- 
ing a citisen of the United States on: 

Date In the 



(County) 

number 



(State) 
of my certificate being. 



issued by. 



(Court) 



2. That I am years of age and have resided in the United States since 



3. That the undermenti(^ed alien(s) desire(s) to come to the United States because 

.^.9....J..?..»...M....??.?....J??.?^^ 



4. That the financial Status of the alien(s) is. 



( ^^tejjjcasons^f j^ly) 



atereasons fully) 



Jport) 



(Name and address of firm) 



(State wh^er or not the applicant is dependent on you for support) 

5. That my regulär occupation is 

1476 POT*«m ^*v«, Saw York, H.Y, y-~. S.000,00 

My averagywUBff^^ oarnmgs amount to ^Ji.Y.Tf!T..T.z!r 

6. My other assets are as follows : 

(a) Bank account $ (b) Insurance: Total cash surrender value of policy(ies) $ 

(c) Real Estate $ 

Yearly income from rentals of Real Estate $ and that the encumbrance on said property, if any, amounts to $ ; 

(d) Stocks and bonds $ ~ •ivfm-m 'T'Ji Aüi' 

7. That my present dependents consist of 

(Names and ages) 



\ 



8. That it is my intention and desire to have my relatives whose names appear below, at present residing at 

(Give complete address) 



come and remain with me in the United States until such time as they may become self-supporting. 



Name of Alien(8) 


Sex 


Date 
of 


Country 

of 

Birth 


Occupation 


Relationship 

to 

Deponent 


Otto InarJ« 


Mttl« 


Csooho« 


^»y«r 


Ar Plön« 


H«dwis LurJ« 


l'^WI« 


Csedio« 


Uousewlf« 


III Qoe 












































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REMARKS : 



That I am willing and ablc to reccive, maintain, support and bc responsible for the alien(s) mcntioned above while they remain in the 
United States, and hereby assume such obligations, guaranteeing that none of them will at any time become a bürden on the United 
States or on any State, County, City, Village or Municipality of the United States; and that any who are under sixtecn years of ag§ 
will be sent to day school at least until they are sixteen years old and will not be put to work unsuited to their years. 

That the above mentioned relatives are in good health and physical condition and are mentally sound, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. 

That I am and always have been a law-abiding resident and have not at any time been threatened with or arrested for any crime or 
misdemeanor, that I do not belong to nor am I in anywise connected with any group or Organization whose principles are contrary 
to organized government, nor do the above mentioned relatives, to the best of my knowledge and belief, belong to any such 
Organization, nor have they ever been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude. 

i9p)jnnntt If^XlxW^tX l^tatra« That this affidavit is made by him for the purpose of inducing the American Consul to issue visas 

to the above mentioned relatives and the Immigration Authorities to admit said relatives into the United States. 

(Signature of Depon; 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a 
Notary Public, in and for said County. 






this. 



-day of A.D. 193. 



M-1684— QUADRUPLICATE 



My Commission expires. 



Notary Public 




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